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        Structured Cabling

        Structured Cabling

        Structured cabling is an essential part of every network infrastructure. These days, structured cable usually includes your data, voice and video networks. Just think about the type of information moving on your network infrastructure. Your whole business operates on it every day. Your accounting and financial transactions are processed on it. Telephone interaction with customers are moving on this network. Video to ensure your employees’ safety is moving on this network. Underestimating the needs of your infrastructure can be a serious and costly mistake.

        Network infrastructure begins with the proper design and installation. Proper design and installation can significantly impact your network cabling costs today and in the future. The right design can reduce your construction costs. Day to day costs, like moves, adds, and changes, can also be minimized. And, finally, future expansion costs can be contained by anticipating future needs.

        Once the design process is complete, the next step is to choose the appropriate cable for your business. There are many different types of cable for installation: cat 5e, cat 6, and fiber optic. Your business model, budget, and future plans will dictate the type of cable that will be utilized for the installation.

        Installation of the cable is another important aspect. Network infrastructure cable should be installed by properly trained technicians. Cable installed incorrectly will produce slower transfer rates impacting daily work. Improper cable installation can also result in costly troubleshooting time. The correct installation will save you time and money.

        To achieve the correct installation, we maintain our own 2,500 square foot training facility with its own BICSI certified trainer. Our facility is specifically designed to aid in the installation and troubleshooting process. We utilize a BICSI curriculum to instruct our technicians in proper installation and troubleshooting techniques. Let us put our knowledge to work for you.

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        Northwest Arkansas Office Wins Award

        December 22, 2015

        Contractors who participate in SWEPCO’s energy efficiency programs across Northwest Arkansas gathered Dec. 3 for an appreciation luncheon in Fayetteville. An earlier luncheon in Texarkana...

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        How Does Retinal Scanning Work?

        March 24, 2014
        Developed in the 1980s, retinal scanning is one of the most well-known biometric technologies, but it is also one of the least deployed. Retinal scans map the unique patterns of a person’s retina. The...
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        Fleming Companies moves to Bentonville

        February 14, 2013
        Fleming Electric, Inc. and Fleming Network Services, Inc. recently moved to 3311 SW I Street, Bentonville, Arkansas. The companies specialize in commercial, institutional and industrial projects. Services range...
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