A recent engineer call-out to investigate an intermittent line fault on a line being used by a credit card terminal (PDQ). The client got in touch as they tried to report it to their merchant; they were asked to test the line directly from the master socket (NTE). As all the lines -see picture- were in such a mess they
96 Cat6A cables that have been recently installed and terminated. Today we have handed over the Fluke test results and the data cable installation is now signed off and complete. Having a high volume of traffic and large file transfers, Cat6A was chosen as it supports 10Gbit/s connections. Black cable stocking has been used inside the comms rack and loosely
Today we have been installing Cat6 A data cabling. This product can support up to 10 giga bits per second data transfer connections. It is one of the most expensive data copper cable you can use but with that comes great perfomance specs. Ideally used as a back bone infractucture between comms racks or servers. It can also be effective
A new Polycom vvx411 ready to be installed tomorrow. This is from our CLOUD HOSTED solutions, which means this is all the equipment you need for your business telecoms. One of the amazing features on this system is you can use a mobile as an extension from the telephone system. This is great if your not always in the office
Recent works tidying a comms rack which has been causing issues throughout there network. The comms rack was not being replaced so we fitted cable management loop rings down both sides to contain the patch leads. We also replace the PDUs in the back as 4 sockets had been broken. The most interesting thing we found was a analogue line
A recently terminated OM3 fibre optic patch panel. This install consisted of 6 OM3 8core fibres being installed in new cabinets around a site. It is the backbone of the network, linking all the comms cabinets back to the main comms room.