Westin Solutions, Among the Best Quality Structured Cabling Companies
With internet access popping up in almost every home and business, it is important to stay informed and up to date about different connection types and internet speeds. It depends on how your internet is cabled, but most people today receive their connection either via a telecommunications phone line or a television or fiber optic line. Depending on how it is run, projected and received, your internet will run at different speeds. Internet speed is measured both for uploading and downloading in Mbps. Mbps translates to megabits per second. You can visit speedtest.net to check your downloading and uploading speed which provided by your service provider – locally Etisalat or Du.
LANs (Local Area Networks) are built with physical connections. Cables capable of carrying image and information connect a group of computers in one office, on one floor or in one building. As technology has advanced, the functioning definition has shifted. Particularly with the onset and mainstream use of wireless technology, the way we deal with computer networks has changed, both at home and on the job. Some networks will always need to be wired physically, mainly for the degree of security this lends to delicate and important information. However, as more business is done online, and greater scope and bandwidth are required in the corporate world, more folks are turning to wireless solutions to power their work and their lives.
Westin Solutions Infrastructure Cabling provides:
Structured cabling is building telecommunications cabling infrastructure that consists of a number of standardized smaller elements (hence structured) called subsystems.
Structured cabling falls into six subsystems:
Demarcation point is the point where the service provider’s network ends and connects with the on-premises wiring at the client premises. Its normally knows as a DP box. Equipment or Telecommunications Rooms/Data Centers house equipment and wiring consolidation points that serve the users inside the building. Vertical or Riser Cabling connects between the equipment/telecommunications rooms, typically on different floors. Horizontal wiring can be IW (inside wiring) or Plenum Cabling and connects telecommunications rooms to individual outlets or work areas on the floor, usually through the cable trays, conduits or ceiling spacing of each floor. Work-Area Components connect end-user equipment to outlets of the horizontal structured cabling system
There are many Structured Cabling companies in Canada those are provided structured cabling installation services in Canada but Westin Solutions is expertise in this field. Westin Solutions provides structured cabling services at very affordable cost. We install any type of cables like Shielded pair cabling unshielded pair cabling, backbone cabling, FTP cabling, Fiber optic cabling and many more. We also provide quality installations of Voice and Data Cabling throughout Canada. We have more than 10 structured cabling technician those are work on different installation modules.