Network Connect is pleased to announce the introduction of new integrated features for your Splicecom Telephone System which have been developed in conjunction with schools.
The new features are aimed at assisting Schools with Pupil Welfare.
Network Connect provides an extensive portfolio of data networking services:
SHDS, - Short Haul Data Services, - a low cost solution for extending the Local Area Network to two or more sites up to 25km apart. SHDS circuits are often referred to as LES circuits by BT.
Both these options provide a cost-effective alternative to traditional leased line WAN configurations allowing your organization to connect different locations in a secure network environment. For applications which are not mission critical or are cost sensitive, Network Connect has considerable experience of deploying secure VPN's over The Internet.
Category 6 cabling offers increased bandwidth
As more and more bandwidth is required to cope with demanding business applications, new structured cabling and networking standards are emerging to support higher speeds. Category 6 cabling offers increased bandwidth and provides the potential to support multi-gigabit applications. Category 6, with its increased lifetime capability, ultimately results in a higher return on investment in comparison to Category 5e.
Category 7 is the latest copper cabling system designed with the future in mind. It is a fully shielded cabling system, offering more than twice the bandwidth of Category 6. It is backward compatible and supports applications operating on lower categories along with supporting speeds in excess of 10Gbps. This allows effective handling of intensive data traffic and demanding applications. Although more expensive to install, the cable is a four pair fully screened outer sheath with individual shielded pairs. Each pair is capable of 1 Gigabit per second throughput, totalling 4 Gigabit at 1 GHz. 1 Cat 7 outlet can support up to 4 applications whereas 1 Cat 6 outlet can only support 1 application. In a high density environment such as a call centre, it could be significantly cheaper to install Cat 7 as opposed to Cat 6.
Fibre Optic cabling offers a number of significant benefits over traditional copper cabling - including higher bandwidth, longer link lengths and immunity to electrical interference. The high bandwidth capability of fibre facilitates the transfer of voice, data, and video signals over a single cable at speeds of up to 10Gbps, guaranteeing the system will meet the needs of the future.
Network Connect is placed at the forefront
Network Connect has considerable experience at both the desk top level with integrated computer and voice applications and at the wide area level, designing and implementing packet switched voice applications in hundreds of remote sites using Voice over IP technologies.
When proposing to utilize existing IP data network installations for the transmission of voice it is important to recognize that voice quality can be affected by data traffic. Network Connect's Voice over IP Integrity Assessments can be provided to ensure any potential issues are identified prior to implementation.