The Importance of Network Cabling

Network Cabling

The world has changed. The way we work, the way we shop and entertain, the way we communicate – the way we live – are all drastically different than just a few short years ago. Technology is better than it has even been. Communication is faster and expectations have never been higher. Today, information for virtually everything is at our fingertips and tomorrow’s technology is limited only by our imagination.

One of the most important things in regard to implementing technology in schools, hospitals, corporate campuses, government complexes and large property developments is also the most overlooked: CABLING

Cabling is the underpinning of Local Area and Wide Area Networks, Security Communications Systems, Cable TV, Intranets and the Internet. How well the cabling infrastructure is planned today determines how fast the technology information you will need tomorrow can be obtained.

Designing a cabling system that just complies with today’s standards can result in an infrastructure that may be obsolete in two or three years. The evolution and growth of applications and new technologies are driving the need for higher-value and higher performance premise cabling. Cabling must meet the needs of today’s applications and prepare for future high-speed applications.

Choosing Who Installs Your Cabling Infrastructure
This leads us to the question – who is going to install your cabling infrastructure? First and foremost, it needs to be someone highly qualified in structured cabling solutions.

Greatline Communications has these top qualifications. We have been providing high quality and efficient service to clients since 1992. We are a union contractor and proud of our IBEW Certified Electricians, the best trained in the business.

We are dedicated to clean, efficient work, superior customer service and the highest quality solutions solving our client’s security and low voltage needs. We are cable installation specialists who can design and install your cabling infrastructure. Our efficiency minimizes the construction aspect of this work, the holes in the walls etc. as well as the actual length of cable necessary. Besides providing a sterling network, this saves you money.

Network Cabling - Before and After