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Before & After - Covent Garden Office

We was asked to help design and install a new data solution and rack in an office in Covent Garden. The office belonged to a creative company who worked with some of the largest media companies in the world. Their main business was to produce web and print graphics for things such as websites, brochures and advertising products. So to them, their data was obviously everything.

As they was renovating their office they used the opportunity to also upgrade the wiring and install a new data rack. A new fibre line was to be installed so this had to also be housed along with their RAID storage device, IP phone controller and other network devices.

We had to be meticulous in our approach to the job-in-hand, loosing data or the networking having down-time was not an option!! Needless to say the project went without a hitch and the employees never even noticed the change-over!! We completed the works over a bank-holiday weekend and although it was a tough 3 days (and 1 night!) it was very rewarding to see how happy our customers were!

 

 

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We now offer 'in-house' fibre optic cabling and termination!!!

CEAV are always on the forefront of technology and we are excited to announce that we now offer fibre optic cabling and termination 'in-house' to our customers. We can help design, install, test and commission residential and commercial projects. We offer both single mode and multi mode fibre and can help recommend the best solution for your project.

With true 4K streaming around the corner and the ever-growing demand of connected devices on your network, traditional copper networks are being run to capacity. Multi-Mode OM4 cable can provide speeds in excess of 10 gigabit per second, ideal for high data transfer applications whereas single mode fibre can help with data transfer over longer distances. Even the most demanding systems would only utilise a tiny percentage of a fibre's full potential.

Fibre is perfect for high bandwidth applications such as links between network switches, HD and UHD video distribution and AV systems. If you're renovating your home and want to future proof for products such as Crestron's Digital Media then fibre is the only way to go!


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