For improved network reliability, maintainability, and performance
A recent survey found that 9 out of 10 data centers have experienced unplanned outages within the past 24 months … with the cost of unexpected downtime at the largest enterprises as high as $474,000 an hour.
As for the cause, nearly 7 out of 10 network-related computer difficulties are the result of either poor cabling techniques or problems with cable components!
Now, ESSC can install a new structured cabling system — or upgrade your existing cabling – for optimal computer network reliability, maintainability, and performance.
ESSC puts an end to your cabling nightmares
Today’s typical “spaghetti cabling,” which is a confusing mess of tangled, unlabeled wires connected to the many electronic devices in your business, is highly undesirable—for several reasons.
First, when cables are disconnected — either deliberately or accidentally — sloppy and unlabeled cabling can make it extremely difficult to know how and where to properly reconnect them.
Second, an unorganized cabling system can trigger connectivity and network performance issues, which in turn may increase system downtime, reduce productivity, and cause massive frustration among your employees and customers.
Third, unorganized cabling is not only an unsightly mess — but it can actually be a safety hazard — causing trips, falls, electrical shocks, and even fires – not to mention equipment damage and data loss.
Structure your network cabling for optimal performance
“Structured cabling” is a system of neatly organized cables, wires, and other hardware that connects your network infrastructure for data, voice, and video – including computers, phones, video cameras, and other devices.
ESSC engineers select the proper grade of copper and fiber cabling for your system — to ensure peak network performance and speed — without overspending.
Your structured cabling is designed with extra outlets, excess capacity, and back-up connections to accommodate future networking demands and prevent system obsolescence. So there is never an issue when adding new machines or technology to your network. Equipment upgrades can be made with minimal service disruption.
Plus, connectivity between your structured cabling network and the internet can deliver added benefits including automation of key business operations, utility management, enhanced cyber security, and more.