Connectivity and Infrastructure
where you need them
Building the right foundations is integral to any business.
We have been providing expert consultation, design and implementation of data cabling and infrastructure since we began.
It starts with a full consultation with expert advice and a detailed design brief so that our trusted, fully certified professionals can implement your structured network with a guarantee. All of our installations are tested and certified to industry standards for complete peace of mind.
Frequently Asked Questions
Of course! In some cases you may already have suitable infrastructure, so there will be no need to replace your equipment. We may, however, be able to find some improvements that will speed up your connectivity.
We utilise meshed networks to ensure you can get signal to any location in your property. If you are not able to get a strong enough signal in a particular area, we can just install an additional wireless point to get you ultra-fast Wi-Fi 6 speeds.
Network connectivity is used to describe the link between 2 or more devices. Pretty much every computer, television, smart watch, printer, and mobile phone is connected to a network. The network could either be a Local Area Network (LAN), or a Wide Area Network (WAN). LAN connectivity is the connection between devices that does not include the internet, such as the connection your office computer has to a server. WAN connectivity is the connection your device has with other devices connected via the internet. All businesses rely on some sort of network connectivity these days.
Local networking speeds depend on the equipment you are using internally. The standard speed on wired LAN connectivity (a network cable plugged into your computer) is 1Gbps. If you utilise servers and advanced storage equipment, you may find your office LAN connectivity is 10Gbps. Regarding internet (WAN) connectivity, that depends on what is available in your area. Most small businesses are on FTTC (fibre to the cabinet) which is capped at 80Mbps download and 20Mbps upload. Many businesses these days have the option for FTTP (fibre to the premises) or Leased Lines which carry speeds in excess of 1Gbps and should be used where connectivity is critical to running the business.
Remote working became the norm in 2020, and we assisted all of our customers ensuring they could work remotely. Most customers were already able to work remotely as they utilised Microsoft 365, but we can certainly help businesses that would like to become more flexible with their working policies.
Take your first steps to simpler IT support
Your IT support needs to be a priority. Chat to one of our team today and join the businesses already benefitting from the IT support desk that helps businesses thrive.
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Troon House, 4400 Parkway, Solent Business Park, Whiteley, Hampshire, PO15 7FJ