Network Cabling and Wiring – Kenosha, WI

Network Wiring in Kenosha, WIBeing alongside eight miles of Lake Michigan, having over 700 acres of parkland, and showcasing weekly summer concert performances at the Sesquicentennial Bandshell in Pennoyer Park quickly builds up tourism and community engagement. In any city with a significant tourist population, like Kenosha, which provides 5,000 workers with jobs per year due to tourism, it is important to not only be able to communicate directly with the local population but relay your services across the nation for those who wish to travel. Providing your business with phone and data cabling ensures that you are able to do just that. Not only does installing cabling and wiring allow your business to reach out to new, nationwide customers, but also allows for other possibilities, such as VoIP, quality website design, and cloud services, advantages that your business would not have otherwise. Some advantages that your business will be able to take advantage of are that you will have a presence nationally or even statewide and the ability to network with new vendors and partnered businesses.

Computer Power Systems has been delivering network cabling and structured wiring to the businesses of Kenosha for over thirty years with knowledge, professionalism, and certified technicians who know how to get the job done.

Extending the Reach of Your Company

There are several types of network wiring options to choose from when you’re considering the installation of cabling and wiring. Although there are many different configurations and types of individual cables and wires to choose from, such as Cat 5e, Cat 6, Cat 6a, and Fiber Optic, most often the first step is to determine whether your company needs Ethernet cabling or Fiber Optic cabling.

Both Ethernet and Fiber Optic cabling provides different advantages and challenges that should be evaluated prior to choosing a system that works best for your individual needs. Most of the difference between the two types of wiring are due to their construction and materials. Ethernet, on one hand, contains copper and utilizes electrical impulses to transmit data over a distance. On the other hand, Fiber Optic cabling is usually made of plastic or glass and is able to transmit data in the form of light signals. Because of these properties, Ethernet has a significant advantage over Fiber Optic in terms of how much data can be sent at a time while Fiber Optic wins out over Ethernet cabling in terms of how far data can be transmitted. The distance your business needs to run the cabling plays no small part in the decision about which form of cabling and wiring to use.

Your Only Structured Cabling Installation Service

Our certified technicians are not only well trained, knowledgeable, and methodical, they are also experts in customer satisfaction. After they install your structured cabling, they will test and document the changes and status of your new system. Upon completion of a job well done they will patch wires to shorten them to an acceptable length, create router relays, and run wires through the ceiling and walls to keep your business looking professional and presentable.

About CPS

CPS has been around since 1982 but our specialists have developed their individual skills over decades in the field, having different experiences, different certifications, and different foundations that combine to create a harmony that benefits the customer, in the end.

CPS is located just 40 miles from Chicago and can help set up your business’ communication needs by calling (800)762-7672 or (847)548-1600. We look forward to improving the connectivity of your business.

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