Don't take chances with your cabling and wiring
When all the people in your office work from networked computers to share documents and applications, transfer information back and forth to each other, access the Internet, and send emails, all that computer data travels from one place to another over networks – first a hard-wired local area network (LAN) that’s made up of cables within the borders of your facility, and sometimes a wireless network that allows you to work within the confines of your facility wirelessly or unplugged. This is all called “connectivity” and is a major factor in how well your computers work.
Your business networks and communications depend on the quality of your cabling and wiring. Unicom provides professional cabling and wiring services and systems that will give you exceptional performance, manageability, reliability, and scalability.
But all connectivity - or networks - are not created equally. Everything from the kind of cable used to how it is installed, helps determine how fast and reliably your computers work, how much work they can handle, and whether you get your full value from your entire computer system.
Just as electrical work needs to be done to code to ensure its safety, durability, and reliability, cable installation has to be certified to meet specific standards. For example, proximity of your computer cables to things like electrical wires, fluorescent lighting, plumbing pipes, even stereo and alarm equipment can not only compromise the performance of your computer systems, but in some cases, because of incompatible electronic fields, can be dangerous.
Unicom will make sure your cable installation is implemented and documented to give you full value from your technology investment. All work is certified to Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) standards.