Network Cable Testing, the physical and electrical testing of Network cabling, requires a specialist.
As a Network Manager, you have to deal with cable faults, broken wires, incompatibilities and a host of other cable related issues. What can you do? What do you need to test for?
The design and installation of network cabling can be extremely complex and requires more than a YouTube tutorial to resolve. A whole host of factors have to be taken into account, network speed, length of cables, avoiding architectural features or electrical interference, and much more.
You may not be able to justify the cost of the specialist testers used by cabling professionals, but a simple testing kit will allow you to check for the most common problems, save you time chasing phantoms, and help you resolve issues faster and more efficiently.
At ATD, cabling might be the base level of what we, but we do it right the first time and make sure its future proof. We pride ourselves in clean, well designed cabling infrastructure that is reliable and future-flexible.
ATD’s experts can ensure common issues will be minimized.
Many established networks contain a mixture of old and new cables. Sometimes when networks are upgraded older patch cables are left in place. Just because a cable was fine on the old network does not mean it will work on the new upgraded network. It can be hard to identify these faults without some kind of test kit. From Cat 3, Cat 5, or Cat 5e to Cat 6, Cat 6A and fiber optics, we have just the solution for you.
Something that reports network speed is very useful. Link testing can be used to identify the network speed. It’s useful to find out additional network information using DHCP.
These issues along with proper cable length, wire-mapping, and connectivity testing, ATD has encountered it before and will coordinate the proper solution for your business.