Do I need an electrician to install network cable?
The Electricians at OIT Ltd offer network cabling Buckinghamshire because they have substantial electrical engineering competence that transfers into adjacent industries. Many electrical service firms are increasingly supplying network infrastructure cabling as part of the services they supply to businesses.
However, there are no “related field” designations for electricians and network cable technicians. In reality, all other occupations that are more effectively recognised by other categorisation standards are excluded from the activity of electricians. So in short, no you do not need to be an electrician to install a network cable but you do need to know how cabling works and being an electrician helps a lot.
However, your ISP is the first place to call for most internet-related issues, but not with network cabling. Some internet service providers do fibre optic installation when you start as a new customer but what happens after that?
To begin installing your own cabling for a network, you need to cut walls and drill holes in flooring, and managing wiring is particularly difficult. A skilled installer, such as OIT, will be able to cut extra cabling, strip network cables using a wire stripper, thread the exposed wires and tidily install your network with skilled precision.
Who offers data cabling solutions in Buckinghamshire?
Andrew O’Gorman, director of OIT Limited, began his career as a JIB electrician in 1988 and quickly moved into voice and data cabling. Andrew picked up a new profession fast in an industry notorious for tight deadlines, and he quickly realised that client and customer happiness were equally as vital as high-quality installations. This led to the formation of O’Gorman Installation Technology, where we take pleasure in providing the level of service that Andrew had come to expect.
We can now provide a wide range of services thanks to a devoted chosen staff from various backgrounds. We think that technology should aid and enhance your company’s success rather than hinder it. We deliver tailored solutions that match your IT or electrical demands with our extensive selection of best-in-class services. We’re dedicated to executing a great job so you can focus on yours.
Organizations are pushed in more ways than ever to remain ahead of the curve in today’s connected world. We can install network cabling from Cat5e to Cat 7 as a Connectix authorised installer at a single location or nationwide. We also provide cable replacement and management services – structured cabling, LAN network cabling with fibre optic cables, computer data services, WiFi installations and more.
Providing your employees with cutting-edge technology is not only beneficial but also necessary for company success. Cable with structure Installations ranging from a single location to a statewide rollout, as well as moves and adjustments. Testing and certification OIT Limited will be there for you every step of the way, no matter what IT services you require.
How does network optic cable installation work?
In short, optic cable installation is needed as it goes hand in hand with computers, routers, switches, and data storage networks in allowing them to communicate with each other. These cables serve as the carrier or medium for data transmission.
There are several types of communications cables, and the best one to employ depends on the overall design of the system’s structure and topology. “Twisted pair cable” is the most prevalent form of communications cable. Copper communications cabling, i.e., twisted pair cable, is by far the most often utilised form of cable in local area networks; generally office settings, retail, and commercial venues.
A twisted pair cable is very commin in ethernet networks. Comprising of four pairs of thin wires or conductors, these ‘wires’ or conductors, are contained inside of the insulation or outer sheath of the cable.
Fibre optic cabling is used when large bandwidths are required, such as in data centres and installations requiring high capacity, such as hospitals, airports, and banks. Fibre optic cable, on the other hand, is quickly becoming the preferred medium for any system that sends large amounts of data.
Of course, there are other types of cables, such as coaxial cable and multi-pair cable, as well as other media, such as wireless, or wifi.
How much does it cost to have a network cable installed in Buckinghamshire?
As professional cable installers in Buckinghamshire, we understand the needs of our customers whether you’re at home or the office. It can be difficult to give an exact answer as to how much it will cost to install cables due to many different factors. Such as the time it takes to do the job, the length of the cabling and how difficult it is to access your cabling. This is why we offer a free no-obligation quote service to all of our customers meaning you know exactly what to expect.