Network Cabling

Overview of Infolad's Network Cabling Service

A network infrastructure enables you to seamlessly connect devices, applications, business processes and people together thereby allowing information sharing within an organization. The importance of network cabling in a business is often under valued but yet it forms part of the backbone upon which data communication takes place. It is utilized every minute of the day making its performance an utmost importance.

At Infolad Ltd, we value this ideal, and ensure that the backbone of your company works at its maximum potential and performance. We provide reliable and professional services to assist you every step of the way to offer an entire networking solution - From network cabling through data cabinet to server infrastructure - One company that does it all.



Our Service

Our in-house team of network consultants and technicians are here to help you with the planning, design and installation of your company's structured cabling system.

Whether you are moving into a new building, relocating offices to an already existing building, growing your company through physical expansion, or simply rearranging your current layout and wanting additions, moves and changes made, Infolad is here to make it all happen.

From running a single cable to multi-floor installations, including the provision of network equipment and peripherals such as switches and server cabinets (wall mount to full height)

Equipments

We provide equipments such as LeGrand for your wall sockets, Cisco and Dlink for your Core Network Infrastructure.

The more common cable categories for voice and data networks:

CAT 6

Growing in popularity and backward compatible with CAT 5e. Cat 6/6a cables allow faster data transfer than CAT 5 cables with a maximum of 55 metres when used for 10GBASE-T.

There is a common misinterpretation that by laying Cat6 cables, an all gigabit network will automatically be in place. But this is only the case if every single element within that network is gigabit enabled, as a network will always run at the speed of the slowest piece of equipment.

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