At Network Drops, our most frequent request for cabling installation in Middlesex County, NJ, from our clients is copper wire cabling. Copper is the most commonly used kind of cabling that runs to office computers. In today’s professional environment, utilizing the latest and greatest technology is vital.
Remember the age of dial-up internet and how painfully slow it used to be?
Thank goodness for technology!
Internet providers began using fiber as a medium by which to transmit internet signal about a decade ago. Faster internet speeds followed. Copper cables are another option and while they are less expensive, optical fiber is faster, more reliable and possesses better bandwidth potential.
Of all the available cables you can use to wire your IT infrastructure, fiber optics is without a doubt the superior option. That’s not to say we don’t recommend cat 5 cables, but if you’re going for the most length, highest speed and a bounty of bandwidth, optical fiber is the route to take (and you can take your router along for the trip).
As a lawyer, you know full-well that your life revolves around a seemingly infinite amount of paperwork, client files and other documents, both legal and not. And as a lawyer in the 21st century, you also know that many, if not all, of those documents and files are contained virtually, in PDFs and online.
Not only is having a sound and efficient IT infrastructure imperative to the success of any company in the pharmaceutical industry, but it’s also crucial from a legal standpoint. Pharmaceuticals today are required to comply with many codes and regulations, and IT infrastructures are no exception.
If there's one thing that an effective warehouse values, it’s efficiency; a well-ordered structure. And if there's one thing we value here at Network Drops, it's also structure. So when it comes getting your warehouse operation to go wireless, who better than us to help you?
To the untrained eye, Cat5, Cat5e and Cat6 cables may seem identical. They all look the same on the surface, and each of them will plug into an ethernet port. But for data cabling cohttp//:ntractors, the three types of networking cords, in terms of what’s going on beneath their casings, are different. Not vastly different, but they’re unique enough that it’s worth thinking twice about which one to buy, depending on your specific needs.
Your server room is almost certainly a walk-in closet, and closets exist primarily so you can quickly throw your junk out of sight, right? In terms of your broom closet, go ahead and just pile your stuff in there—you know, in a way which causes the built up mess to come crashing out when the door opens.
When it comes to cabling your business’ IT infrastructure, there are many options from which to choose. You might be a bit confused, and unsure about the type of infrastructure that’s right for your company’s specific needs. But there’s no need to worry! We’re happy to help you figure out what kinds of cabling will make the most sense.
When it comes to your company’s IT infrastructure, the way in which your network is set up matters, simply put. As we delve further into the age of computers, the relationship between business and technology becomes more and more intertwined every day, and if your network lags, so will your company as a whole.
Total internal reflection is a scientific phenomenon critical in fiber optics. Since we think the mechanics are fascinating, we thought it would be useful to pose a scenario that helps better explain what makes optical fiber work.
When it comes to communicating, there’s no doubt that optical fiber is a popular way to go these days. Fiber optic cables are fast, secure and strong. Transmission loss is minimal, and data can travel great distances. It’s also a cheaper delivery method. There’s more bandwidth, zero potential for fire, and the list goes on.