What is Structured Cabling Installation?

Category: Structured Cabling
April 15, 2022

Structured cabling is an industry buzzword you may have heard thrown around a few times, but do you know what it actually is? Installing structured cabling in your building will give you reliable access to the internet and your network. At LanStar Systems, Inc., we’ve installed structured cabling in many Maryland businesses and wanted to […]


What Are the Categories of Structured Cabling Standards?

Category: Structured Cabling
March 10, 2022

Did you know that, according to various cabling research, the most common cause of network outages is low-quality cabling systems. Your business needs a reliable network to ensure that productivity isn’t affected. Luckily, the American National Standards Institute (ANSI), in conjunction with the EIA/TIA, gives and maintains standards and practices within the cabling industry. Take […]


Getting Your Cabling Certified

Category: Structured Cabling,Uncategorized
February 4, 2022

Unless you’re operating some kind of business that uses ancient methods, you’re likely dependent on the internet and your network. Even businesses like old west theme parks and tarot card readers benefit from advertising online, drawing in new customers. At LanStar Systems, Inc., we’ve been helping business owners, both large and small, with their cabling […]


Should I Use Fiber Optic Cabling for My Business?

Category: Structured Cabling
January 7, 2022

No matter what industry you’re in, all modern businesses need reliable internet access, and one of the best ways to ensure you have a reliable network is to install a fiber optic cabling infrastructure. At Lan Star Systems, Inc., we’ve built fiber optic cabling networks of all different sizes for businesses in many different industries. […]


What to Know About Fiber Optic Cable Installation

Category: Network Infrastructure
December 15, 2021

In today’s modern age, practically every business, no matter the industry or size, needs a reliable internet network. At LanStar Systems, Inc., we’ve helped business owners both large and small, and we wanted to talk today about what you, as a business owner, need to know about your fiber optic cable network. Every Fiber Optic […]


The Basics of Fiber Optic Cabling for Offices

Category: General
November 10, 2021

Fiber optic cabling has been a popular networking option for years now, and for good reason. At LanStar Systems, Inc., we’ve been providing small business owners in Maryland with our fiber optic cabling services for a long time, and plan on continuing far into the future. We wanted to take some time today to talk […]


What Is Structured Cabling Certification?

Category: Structured Cabling
October 27, 2021

Nowadays, it can be next to impossible to run your business without a reliable network. At LanStar Systems Inc., we’ve helped thousands of different business owners with their structured cabling systems, and wanted to spend some time today talking about structured cabling certifications, and why you should  work with a professional Maryland structured cabling company. […]


Soundproofing the Modern Office

Category: Sound Masking
September 7, 2021

Trying to focus and work in an office can be next to impossible if you’re constantly being distracted by your coworkers. Here at LanStar Systems, Inc., we’ve been providing Maryland business owners with our soundproofing services for years, and wanted to take some time today to talk about why soundproofing your office will make it […]


Hosted vs On-Premise VoIP – Which is Better for Your Business?

Category: General
August 2, 2021

There are a lot of reasons why you would want a private phone system for your business, but unless you’ve had one installed before, you probably don’t know a ton about how they work. Here at Lanstar Systems Inc., we’ve helped hundreds of business owners in Maryland with their private company phone lines, and we […]


5 Ways Structured Cabling Saves Your Business Money

Category: Connectivity
July 7, 2021

If you’ve ever spent any amount of time with your business’ network down, you know how debilitating and frustrating it can be. Don’t waste any of your time or money, work with a Baltimore County structured cabling company to see how your business can save time and money by having a structured cabling system installed. […]


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