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.
Just like snowflakes, no two structured cabling infrastructures are alike. This is because no two businesses’ needs are exactly the same. Your fiber optic network needs to be built around your existing building, making the network structure unique to that building. Different businesses have different needs as well, which also leads to a great variety in the types of structured cabling networks available. When you work with an experienced Maryland structured cabling specialist, they’ll be able to help you design and outline a network that meets all your needs.
If you’ve ever experienced a prolonged downtime with your network, then you know how it can grind your business to a halt, and likely never want to go through it again. The best way to avoid downtime? Have your network installed by an experienced Maryland structured cabling company. Professionally-built networks won’t go down as often as amateur-built ones, and if something does happen, they’re built in a way that network capabilities can be restored quickly.
After your network has been built, the next step in the process is certifying your network. The process of certifying your network involves your technician verifying structural integrity at every point of the way. By the time the certification is complete, your network will be at 100% functionality, as any installation missteps would have been corrected.
Need some help building or upgrading your business’ structured cabling network? You’ve come to the right place. Our technicians are highly trained, and have years of experience working on structured cabling networks of all sizes. Get into contact with us to learn how we can help you, call today!
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