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Low voltage cabling to support your technology solutions
A technology implementation entails much more than just the equipment acquisition and configuration. The network, wireless access points, IP phones, paging devices, IP video surveillance cameras and more require low voltage structured wiring to power those systems and devices.
AMS.NET cabling division employs local professional cabling technicians. We can accommodate jobs as small as a few drops to complete campus projects. The team adheres to telecommunications cabling standards which cover buildings network system design and installation best practices.
Our certifications include C7 contractor license, Cat6 and 7 certified and manufacturer certifications from Panduit, General Cable, Berk-Tek, Leviton, Ortronics, Superior Essex and other cabling manufacturers. Our teams have extensive experience with fiber, copper, coax cable and the installation of various enclosures, racks and UPS systems.
Utilizing AMS.NET for the structured wiring allows us to design the cabling and technology solution from the ground up ensuring the structured wiring supports the current technology deployment and allows for future expansion. As the main point of contact, we coordinate the entire project to avoid communication and coordination delays that can occur with several parties.
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Structured wiring solutions provide:
- Support and provide a foundation for IP technology including IP telephony, video applications, wireless and more
- Provides the connectivity from the data center to the IP enabled endpoints
Why AMS.NET for structured wiring
AMS.NET has a large team of local cabling technicians managed by a cabling operations manager and regional field superintendents. Cabling technicians participate in ongoing training to keep up-to-date on current standards and cabling best practices. Many of our cabling technicians have been certified on Panduit, Leviton, Superior Essex and Berk-Tek products and installation guidelines. A dedicated cabling project manager works closely with technical engineers and the implementation project managers to coordinate the timing of the cabling with the implementation to ensure a smooth technology deployment.
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AMS.NET offers a free technology consultation and design support to help assess your current environment, business initiatives, unique organization requirements and then design and recommend a solution right for you.