Structured Network Infrastructure
At Evolve Technologies, we design and build flexible cabling infrastructures – structured cabling systems that support multiple voice, data, video, security and multimedia systems regardless of their manufacturer. We will help you evaluate, design and install the optimum integrated system for your company. Evolve has developed a distinct competency in executing on large scale. We are a “one stop shop” for all your organizational network infrastructure needs whether you have 1 location or 100 locations. We manage all aspects of the roll-out and ensure consistent high quality installations at each location. These aspects include:
- Design and deployment of cabling infrastructure
- Termination of cabling at all termination points
- Extensive documentation on every drop at every location
- Verification of functional network connectivity for each drop
Network Cabling Infrastructure
Evolve Technologies provides independently verified data communication structured cabling solutions, providing ultimate performance and reliability for today’s and tomorrow’s copper infrastructure requirements. Our Cat 5, Cat 5e, (Cat 6, Cat 6e and Cat 7) solutions will exceed BICSI, TIA & NEC standards.
Fiber Optic Cabling
Our cabling expertise extends past indoor copper cabling infrastructure into fiber cabling solutions that complement the deployment of optical solutions deeper into the network delivering a future-proof infrastructure. Whether you are trying to connect multiple buildings using a tried and true extremely fast and solid physical fiber optic connection, or you need to create a solid backbone for your network for one large location, Evolve Technologies has the experience and expertise to get the job done right the first time. Our fiber optic services include design, engineering, installation, termination and testing.
Benefits of Physical Connection over Wireless
Many companies are beginning to take the wireless approach to data connectivity over traditional copper wiring. There are pros and cons to switching to a WiFi only network approach. One of the pros is that a WiFi network is cheaper to implement than a copper network, along with the added mobility that WiFi brings. There are, however, more cons to using a WiFi network including reliability of connection, intermittent drop outs, difficulty in troubleshooting connectivity issues, noise, and interference issues.