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Structured cabling is the fundamental building block on which all technology runs. Depend on our team to design and install what you need, where you need it, as fast as you need it. We are your go-to design and build company for quality and high performance structured cabling and low voltage wiring systems. Our highly experienced, dynamic, team is led by BICSI certified RCDD's, technicians and installers. We relate structured cabling and low voltage cabling systems to the technology it supports - with an edge of insider industry intel.

WIRED can be found at 2819 James Street . The following is offered: Communications & Networking . In Fort Wayne there are 17 other Communications & Networking. An overview can be found here.

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  • CAT 5e, CAT 6, CAT 6a, CAT 7, & CAT 8 Structured Cabling

    Structured cabling design and installation is governed by a set of standards (BICSI & TIA) that specify wiring data centers, offices, and industrial buildings for data or voice communications using various kinds of cable, most commonly category 5e (CAT5e), category 6 (CAT6), and fiber optic cabling and modular connectors. These standards define how to lay the cabling in various topologies in order to meet the needs of the customer, typically using a central patch panel (which is normally 19 inch rack-mounted), from where each modular connection can be used as needed. Each outlet is then patched into a network switch (normally also rack-mounted) for network use or into an IP or PBX (private branch exchange) telephone system patch panel. Structured cabling is the design and installation of a cabling systems that will support multiple hardware uses systems and be suitable for today’s needs and those of the future. With a correctly installed system your requirements of today and of tomorrow will be catered for and whatever hardware you choose to add will be supported. It is common to color code patch panel cables to identify the type of connection, though structured cabling standards do not require it except in the demarcation wall field. Cabling standards demand that all eight conductors in Cat5e/6/6a cable are connected, resisting the temptation to 'double-up' or use one cable for both voice and data. IP phone systems, however, can run the telephone and the computer on the same wires. Regardless of copper cable type (Cat5e/Cat6/Cat6a) the maximum distance is 90m for the permanent link installation and an allowance for 10m of patch cords at the ends combined. Cat5e and Cat6 can both effectively run PoE applications up to 90m. However, due to power dissipation there is better performance and power efficiently with Cat6a cabling running POE devices if being incorporated into a new design.

    Video: CAT 5e, CAT 6, CAT 6a, CAT 7, & CAT 8 Structured Cabling

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  • Structured Cabling Conduit & Chase Pathways

    We design and install BICSI certified conduit and chase pathways for structured cabling, low voltage cabling, and fiber optics for any business big or small. Conduit and chase pathways are used in many different circumstances with structured cabling. BICSI standards pushes their installers to put caps on the end of these conduits to prevent scraping of the cable. The conduit is used for organization for different low voltage cabling, moving into rooms vertically or horizontally with ease and holding large amounts of low voltage cabling into a specific area. Wired installs these conduits with the future in mind for your business. If these are installed properly they can be used for decades to add or remove cable when needed without the hassle of making more holes in the walls. Wired helps your business for the long term, not just for the short term.

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  • Fire Stop Safety Standards

    Wired uses the highest quality Fire Stop materials to meet and exceed fire codes. Firestopping materials are added to conduit and other openings to restore hourly fire-resistance ratings. Most walls and floors have a fire-resistance rating, and when the opening is created for structured cabling/low voltage cabling, it compromises the fire-resistance rating. A properly trained and certified technician will know when sealed correctly with fire stop material, that this will restore the fire-resistance rating. This will help with the resistance of fire passing through the opening. An opening made for structured cabling that is unsealed, regardless of how big, small, or where it is located, will no longer have a fire-resistance rating.

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  • Structured Cabling (Riser Rated) Flexible ENT Conduit

    We design and install BICSI certified cable pathways for structured cabling, low voltage cabling, and information transport systems for any business big or small. This is a new school build before the drywall is installed. Once the drywall is installed, we can run the cable through these tubes to terminated the jack and install the wall mounted face plate for easy access to teachers and students.

    Video: Structured Cabling (Riser Rated) Flexible ENT Conduit

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  • Structured Cabling J-Hooks

    Wired believes in J-Hooks because of their versatility and inexpensive cost versus other products such as bridal rings which we do not use. They are approved by BICSI & TIA standards and are the easiest means of installing and uninstalling structured cable. J-Hooks build the pathway for cable hanging support for your network. Wired uses J-Hooks for stress relief and correct support for light and medium duty cable management. Wired can use these J-Hooks with bulk Ethernet cable, coaxial cable for security networks, and can help with fiber optic cabling management. BICSI standards state, J-Hooks must be installed 3 to 5 feet apart from each other.

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  • Jacks & Connectors

    Wired only uses the top performing jacks and connectors in the industry. Wired's technicians are certified by the manufacturer of jacks, connectors, and cabling to assure the correct installation with the highest performance possible. It is very important to have the highest quality termination to the jack due to performance loss in the connection. Wired is certified by several of the top manufacturers in the world and backs their performance with excellent warranty coverage.

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  • Raceway, Wall Track, Raceway Conduit Adapter, Wall Mounted Surface Box

    Working with older buildings Wired comes across brick and cement 100 years old. If there is no drywall, there is no way to pull cable through the walls. Using Low Voltage Cabling Raceway, Wall Track, and wall Mounted Surface Boxes allows adaptability and versatility to any situation. Using any CAT cabling, the wall track is a great way to hide and organize the cables to any specific location you need. Depending on the track, 3 to 6 CAT cables can be installed into each track.

    Video: Raceway, Wall Track, Raceway Conduit Adapter, Wall Mounted Surface Box

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  • Surface Mount Box, Face Plate, Wall Plate, Modular Furniture Adapter

    Wired can provide any style, color, or number of ports with faceplates, surface mount boxes, and modular furniture adapters. Wired can run cables through cubicles to an outlet for each employee. Wired always correctly labels all terminations for easy and fast testing. Organizing the labels with detailed numbers on both ends of the termination helps our customers for the long term.

    Video: Surface Mount Box, Face Plate, Wall Plate, Modular Furniture Adapter

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  • Cable Trays, Basket Trays, Cable Supports, Ladder Trays, & Center Spine Cable Tray

    Wired believes in organization of structured cabling and following the standards set by BICSI and TIA. Wired uses Basket Trays, Cable Supports, Ladder Trays, and Center Spine Cable Trays depending on the customer’s demands. With cable tray system designs, they eliminate moisture buildup and reduces damage to cable insulation during the installation process. No matter what new technologies develop or new needs arise, Wired will always have your company set up for new cable needs for the future. The cable trays have full adaptability with any circumstance and can be installed in different formats. With the Cable Tray you can enter or exit the tray at any time with a cable which makes it great for organizing. Cable trays are very easy to inspect, less maintenance, and less susceptible to fire loss. Cable trays can be installed above the ceiling grid or below it. Vertical or horizontal. In the middle of a room or around the perimeter of the wall.

  • Data Center - Telecommunications Room - Equipment Room - Design, Organization, & Cabling

    Wired knows cable management is usually an afterthought when implementing a new or existing digital network. Cable management can have a dramatic impact on the overall availability of your data. The issues that affect digital networks include bandwidth, distance, and connections, latency, congestion, and cable issues. Wired understands the industry and can help design, organize, and manage your data center needs.

    Video: Data Center - Telecommunications Room - Equipment Room - Design, Organization, & Cabling

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  • Data Center Basket Trays, Cable Trays, Cable Supports, & Ladder Trays Installation

    Data Center Management comes down to one important factor. Organization! Wired follows all BICSI & TIA Standards on any process of structured cabling. With cable trays, basket trays, cable supports, and ladder trays it is very important that the flow of the structured cable coming into the room has the right path to the cabinet. Wired's installers has seen it all, big or small, we can design and install the best layout for your business needs.

    Video: Data Center Basket Trays, Cable Trays, Cable Supports, & Ladder Trays Installation

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  • Data Center Basket Tray, Cable Tray, Cable Supports, & Ladder Tray Grounding

    We follow all BICSI & TIA standards, especially for grounding cable. Wired always uses 6 AWG grounding cable for all basket trays, cable trays, and other cable supports in the data center. Ground wire is essential in a data center. If there is ever a short circuit or power surge, the ground wire protects people and the data center equipment from damage.

    Video: Data Center Basket Tray, Cable Tray, Cable Supports, & Ladder Tray Grounding

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  • Data Center Bus Bar, Grounding Bar, TMGB, & SBB

    All exposed metallic parts within the data center, telecommunications room (TR), and equipment rooms (ER) shall be bonded, including cabinets, racks, patch panels, cable shields, cable runaway, and equipment bonding conductors stated by BICSI & TIA. Wired believes if you are going to invest into a data network, do it right. Proper grounding is a very important part to any data network. The two goals of the grounding system are to equalize electrical potentials and to create a low resistance path to ground. Five basic principles are used when designing a grounding system to accomplish these goals: 1. The grounding system shall be intentional. 2. The grounding system shall be visually verifiable. 3. The grounding system shall be adequately sized. 4. The grounding system shall direct damaging currents away from equipment. 5. All metallic components in the data center shall be bonded to the grounding system.

    Video: Data Center Bus Bar, Grounding Bar, TMGB, & SBB

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  • Data Center Racks, Server Racks, Enclosures, Cabinets, Cages, & IT Cabinets

    With Wired's certified BICSI RCDD on staff, we can consult, design, and install an entire data center from scratch based on each individual business' needs. A data center is a facility that houses IT (Information Technology) equipment used to process, communicate, and store data for all our digital activities. A data center is the physical building that you can go touch, point to and say, “This is the internet”. The term ‘data center’ can range from a small server closet located in an office building to a one-million square-foot multistory building. However in recent years, a data center typically means a large stand alone building. It is important to keep in mind that data centers are built for the sole purpose of operating IT equipment. Just like office buildings are designed for humans to conduct their daily work, data centers are designed for continuous IT equipment operation. Today we rely on this IT equipment, and its underlying software, for almost all of our daily activities such as communication, entertainment, navigation, finances, and security. This is why data centers are classified as mission critical facilities.

    Video: Data Center Racks, Server Racks, Enclosures, Cabinets, Cages, & IT Cabinets

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  • Data Center Conduit & Chase Pathways

    Using conduit in a data center is the foundation of organization. Using conduit helps the flow of the structured cabling, fiber optics, and other data cabling into the data center. This allows the structured cabling to flow from all areas of the building into an organized area. With Wired's expertise, we look at a company's long term goals. Most companies/electricians will come in at the lowest cost and cut corners. What if you needed to add 10 more cables but the electrician cut corners and didn't look at your company's long term needs. Using conduit for structured cabling has different standards set by BICSI & TIA that most electricians don't know. With Wired, we have our information transport systems set up to move, add, or change (MAC Services) structured cabling with ease. Wired's conduit systems organize your structured cabling for your long term needs!

    Video: Data Center Conduit & Chase Pathways

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  • CAT 5e, 6, 6a, 7 & 8 Low Voltage Cabling in a Data Center

    Wired is certified and experienced to know what is best for your company's digital network needs including picking the right CAT copper cabling. We are certified by the top cable manufacturers in the world to give you the best, most organized, and most efficient data center by any structured cabling company in the Midwest. From moving old cable to new locations or running new CAT cabling through your company's entire building, we can help your company achieve your digital networking goals. Need to move a data center to another part of the building? Upgrading to better CAT cabling? Need to add new locations throughout your building to a data center? We can do it all, it's what we do!

    Video: CAT 5e, 6, 6a, 7 & 8 Low Voltage Cabling in a Data Center

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  • CAT 6a Shielded Trunk Cabling for Data Center

    Available in standard size and mini CAT6 version, our copper trunks eliminate the need for field termination expertise with their plug-and-play design. They’re the ideal way to minimize downtime, maximize productivity, and deploy a reliable, easy-to-use copper trunking system. Once you've measured your data center needs, our copper trunks will arrive at your facility with test results and completely customized to your exact specifications.

    Link: CAT 6a Shielded Trunk Cabling for Data Center

  • Inside Fiber Optics

    Not long ago, copper wires were traditionally used for connectivity, but fiber optics have emerged as a superior method. Fiber optic wires are made from glass instead of metal. The fiber is the width of a human hair. These glass wires are then used to transmit information through pulses of light generated by lasers. The most obvious business benefit of fiber optics is speed. With fiber optics, information can travel close to the speed of light, providing virtually limitless bandwidth. But there are other, lesser known benefits of choosing fiber optics over copper cables or Digital Subscriber Lines (DSL). 5 benefits of fiber optics in your business 1. Reliability 2. Access to the Cloud 3. Low Latency 4. High Bandwidth 5. Signal Strength

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  • Outside Plant (OSP) Directional Boring for Fiber Optics & Copper

    Directional Boring, often undifferentiated from Horizontal Directional Drilling (HDD), is a minimal impact trenchless method of installing underground pipe, conduit, or cables in a relatively shallow arc or radius along a prescribed underground bore path by using a surface-launched drilling rig. With respect to the pipeline/utility industry, the term "Directional Boring" or "Bore" is generally reserved for mini/small sized drilling rigs, small diameter bores, and crossing lengths in terms of hundreds of feet. Generally, the term Horizontal Directional Drilling (HDD) is intended to describe large/maxi sized drilling rigs, large diameter bores, and crossing lengths in terms of thousand of feet. Wired has their own directional boring team that can handle any OSP Fiber Optic project

    Video: Outside Plant (OSP) Directional Boring for Fiber Optics & Copper

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  • Fiber Optics Fusion Splicing

    Wired's new FX Fusion Splicer provides consistent, reliable and high-quality terminations. Active cladding alignment ensures that the device achieves perfect cladding alignment by automatically adjusting fiber ends in multiple directions while eliminating splicer errors due to dust and other contaminants. The lightweight device features a large, user-friendly display. To reduce downtime and delays, it splices for 200 cycles between battery charges. It supports single fiber splice-on connectors and pigtail splicing. The FX Fusion Splicer joins the FX Fusion family’s LC 900 µm connector, which was released in March 2017. It combines the benefits of fusion splicing with the simplicity of field-installable connectors to improve installation performance and reliability. Installation speed, accuracy, and performance are also improved with the LC 900 µm connector. No crimping, polishing or adhesives are required for termination. Fewer splice management accessories are needed during installation – the FX Fusion Splice-On Connector eliminates the need for splice enclosures and splice trays. The fiber ferrule is ready for termination, with a pre-cleaved and pre-cleaned fiber stub. The connector also allows exact channel lengths to be run, eliminating cable shorts and excess slack. Because FX Fusion Splice-On Connectors precisely align fibers with an automated alignment process, they provide better performance than a mechanical splice, with maximum insertion loss of 0.20 dB as compared to 0.50 dB (OM4). Additional solutions will be added to the FX Fusion line in the future, including an SC 900 µm connector and LC/SC jacketed connectors.

    Video: Fiber Optics Fusion Splicing

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  • Outside Plant (OSP) Fiber Optics

    WIRED knows Fiber Optics!!! Telephone networks are mainly outside plant (OSP) systems, connecting buildings over distances as short as a few hundred meters to hundreds or thousands of kilometers. Data rates for telecom are typically 2.5 to 10 gigabits per second using very high power lasers that operate exclusively over singlemode fibers. The big push for telecom is now taking fiber directly to a commercial building or the home, since the signals are now too fast for traditional twisted copper pairs. CATV also uses singlemode fibers with systems that are either hybrid fiber-coax (HFC) or digital where the backbone is fiber and the connection to the home is on coax. Coax still works for CATV since it has very high bandwidth itself. Some CATV providers have discussed or even tried some fiber to the home, but have not seen the economics become attractive yet. Besides telecom and CATV, there are many other OSP applications of fiber. Intelligent highways are dotted with security cameras and signs and/or signals connected on fiber. Security monitoring systems in large buildings like airports, government and commercial buildings, casinos, etc. are generally connected on fiber due to the long distances involved. Like other networks, premises applications are usually multimode while OSP is singlemode to support longer links. Metropolitan networks owned and operated by cities can carry a variety of traffic, including surveillance cameras, emergency services, educational systems, telephone, LAN, security, traffic monitoring and control and sometimes even traffic for commercial interests using leased bandwidth on dark fibers or city-owned fibers. However, since most are designed to support longer links than premises or campus applications, singlemode is the fiber of choice. For all except premises applications, fiber is the communications medium of choice, since its greater distance and bandwidth capabilities make it either the only choice or considerably less expensive than copper or wireless. Only inside buildings is there a choice to be made, and that choice is affected by economics, network architecture and the tradition of using copper inside buildings.

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  • Fluke Networks Testing Equipment & Certified Installer Testing Services

    Wired would like to announce its continual support of Fluke Networks and their Gold Support Program. Fluke Networks is endorsed by 28 cabling manufacturers worldwide. The industry’s foremost supplier of certification, troubleshooting, and installation tools for professionals who install and maintain critical network cabling infrastructure. In November of 2017, Wired made an additional investment of $100,000 into the Fluke Networks Versiv Platform by purchasing multiple sets of DSX-5000 and DSX-8000 copper and fiber test equipment. The DSX-8000 CableAnalyzer is the first field tester independently certified and endorsed to meet all the requirements for the Category 8 field testing standard. The DSX-8000 is Intertek verified to TIA level 2G which is the most stringent accuracy requirement. With Wired’s investment to further adopt the Fluke Versiv Cable Certification Family our clients will directly benefit from our installers ability to more quickly, accurately, and efficiently complete system acceptance testing and certification for copper and fiber jobs. Continued training thru BICSI, OSHA certifications, safety compliance, and these new investments in Fluke Networks; Wired continues to prove they are a leader in the cable networking industry.

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  • Testing Fiber Optics with the new Fluke DSX-5000

    The DSX-5000 CableAnalyzer copper test solution enables testing and certification of twisted pair cabling for up to 10 Gigabit Ethernet deployments and will handle any cabling system whether it is a Cat 5e, 6, 6a or Class FA. Certifying a cable is one part of a process that starts with system design and ends with system acceptance. The faster that process goes, the more profitable you’ll be. Unfortunately, there are a lot of things that slow the process down - setting up the tester incorrectly, testing to the wrong limits, waiting for skilled technicians to analyze and troubleshoot failures, misinterpretation of results, and producing test reports that customers can not understand.

    Video: Testing Fiber Optics with the new Fluke DSX-5000

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  • Testing CAT 5e, 6, 6a, 7, & 8 Copper Cabling

    In November of 2017, Wired made an additional investment of $100,000 into the Fluke Networks Versiv Platform by purchasing multiple sets of DSX-5000 and DSX-8000 copper and fiber test equipment. Whether installing new cable, or troubleshooting existing cable, network cable testing network plays an important role in the process. Common tests for datacom cabling include length, wiremap, attenuation, NEXT, DC loop resistance, and return loss. As networks evolve, so do the requirements of the cabling infrastructure to support them. New TIA, ISO and IEEE (Ethernet) standards are continuously being developed to provide guidelines for cabling professionals when installing, testing, troubleshooting, and certifying either copper or fiber cable networks. From 10BASE-T, to 40GBASE-T Ethernet, there are specific requirements and potential pitfalls in implementing these network transmission technologies. With higher speed Gigabit Ethernet standards, it becomes even more critical to keep current with the latest proliferations in cabling transmission and network cable testing Network cable testing provides a level of assurance that the installed cabling links provide the desired network transmission capability to support the data communication desired by the users.

    Video: Testing CAT 5e, 6, 6a, 7, & 8 Copper Cabling

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  • Ground Cable Labeling

    With any information transport system or structured cable, organization is key with any job Wired completes. Wired believes in all BICSI standards, especially correct labeling. Wired labels any and all cables for fast verification and testing purposes. If a specific cable is having issues or cables need changed, correct labeling of the structured cabling will ensure proper and fast identification to fix the issues.

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  • Labeling CAT Cabling at User End Jack

    Wired labels all cabling to BICSI standards, From grounding cable to fiber optics, we label everything. Organization is one of the biggest factors in structured cabling. With offices having hundreds of cables, it is very important to keep everything efficient and orderly for our customers. If there is ever a problem with a specific area or cable, the issue can be resolved very quickly with proper labeling.

  • Data Center, Telecommunication Rooms, Equipment Room Labeling

    Data Centers, Telecommunication Rooms, and equipment Rooms are extremely important when it comes to labeling. From Busbars, to all grounding, fiber optics, and even cabinet/rack labeling; it is highly important to make everything completely organized in your TR. Wired labels all cabling to BICSI standards, From grounding cable to fiber optics, we label everything. Organization is one of the biggest factors in structured cabling. With offices having hundreds of cables, it is very important to keep everything efficient and orderly for our customers. If there is ever a problem with a specific area or cable, the issue can be resolved very quickly with proper labeling.

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  • Audio & Visual

    Professional video over IP systems use some existing standard video codec to reduce the program material to a bitstream (e.g., an MPEG transport stream), and then to use an Internet Protocol (IP) network to carry that bitstream encapsulated in a stream of IP packets. This is typically accomplished using some variant of the RTP protocol. Carrying professional video over IP networks has special challenges compared to most non-time-critical IP traffic. Many of these problems are similar to those encountered in voice over IP, but to a much higher level of engineering requirements. In particular, there are very strict quality of service requirements which must be fulfilled for use in professional broadcast environments.

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  • Security Camera Cabling, Security Alarms Cabling, Acess Control Cabling

    An access control system is an integration of hardware, software, and management tools that electronically monitor and control access through door, gates, elevators, and many other entry points. The need for security cabling is at an all time high. Wired can install any Access Control or Security cabling for your business needs.

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  • VolP Phones, PoE Cameras, High Power PoE, PoE Lighting, PoE Wi-Fi

    ***Why use POE?*** Specifying Power over Ethernet brings many advantages to an installation: Time and cost savings - by reducing the time and expense of having electrical power cabling installed.  Network cables do not require a qualified electrician to fit them, and can be located anywhere. Flexibility - without being tethered to an electrical outlet, devices such as IP cameras and wireless access points can be located wherever they are needed most, and repositioned easily if required. Safety - POE delivery is intelligent, and designed to protect network equipment from overload, underpowering, or incorrect installation. Reliability - POE power comes from a central and universally compatible source, rather than a collection of distributed wall adapters.  It can be backed-up by an uninterruptible power supply, or controlled to easily disable or reset devices. Scalability - having power available on the network means that installation and distribution of network connections is simple and effective. ***Devices that use Power over Ethernet*** POE has many applications, but the three key areas are: VoIP phones - the original POE application.  Using POE means phones have a single connection to a wall socket, and can be remotely powered down, just like with the older analog systems. IP cameras - POE is now ubiquitous on networked surveillance cameras, where it enables fast deployment and easy repositioning. Wireless - Wifi and Bluetooth APs and RFID readers are commonly PoE-compatible, to allow remote location away from AC outlets, and relocation following site surveys.

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  • BICSI certified RCDD

    We know from experience, that every structured cabling system is unique. This is due to variations in the: Architectural structure of the building, which houses the cabling installation Cable and connection products Function of the cabling installation Types of equipment the cabling installation will support - present and future Configuration of an already installed system (upgrades and retrofits) Customer requirements and manufacturer warranties. We question the spec, because we know what to ask. We know that beyond the superficial or easy interpretation of the spec, the answer lies in asking the probing questions. That’s how we get to the crux of the parameters of the install. As our client, we want you to rely on and take advantage of our experience and expertise. It’s what separates us from the pack. After all, that is what you are paying for. You are paying for the work to be done right and cost-effectively the first time. And we want you to pay for only what you need. We factor in variables, such as, length of time to utilize the installation and level of product needed to satisfy the network solution. Those who achieve the RCDD designation have demonstrated their knowledge in the design, implementation, integration and project management of telecommunications and data communications technology and related infrastructure.

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  • Whiteboards, Smartboards, Visual Displays

    A SMART Board is one brand of interactive whiteboard. At its simplest, an interactive whiteboard allows you to project an image and 'interact' with it by writing on it or moving it around. The SMART Board is connected to a computer and works with a projector. The projector displays what is open on the computer and, rather than using a mouse or keyboard (although you can use those also), the SMART Board is a touch screen, which allows you to manipulate anything on the screen using your fingers. It is similar to how you would use a tablet or iPad. Special pens are included in a SMART Board to make writing in different colors quick and easy. Wired installs all the cabling for these devices.

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  • DAS

    In-Building Distributed Antenna Systems (DAS) have become a critical part of both carrier cellular networks and enterprise infrastructure. But as the technology has evolved over the last 20 years it has become increasingly complex. The list of acronyms alone can be overwhelming: iDAS, oDAS, eDAS, active DAS, passive DAS, hybrid DAS, off-air DAS, and numerous others. Wired can help you decipher everything and give you the best options for your company's goals. It's What We Do!

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  • Fiber Splice Repair & Low Voltage Cabling Trailers

    Wired provides 24/7 emergency splice repair services. If anyone cuts into your in or outside fiber optics we can come out and splice a new connection to get your business back up and running. All of our trailers are stocked full with all the hardware and equipment needed to handle your repair. During the day or at night, in a winter storm, or in the heat of the summer, our installers are equipped to handle all situations to make sure your company's down time is at a minimum. We also have emergency services for any and all structured cabling services including CAT 5 and 6 cabling, Data Center Cabling, Security Cabling, Access Control Cabling, and much more. With our latest purchase of Fiber Optic Splicers, our splice time has decreased, which means less cost to you!

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    Link: Fiber Splice Repair & Low Voltage Cabling Trailers

  • Company Info, Contact info, and Services We Provide

    We are your one-stop-shop for smart, on the job thinking. Sure we are book smart, but more importantly, we are field smart - thinking fast on our feet, as the project unfolds on site. We make your technology work as fast and flexible as it was designed to operate and tailor our solutions to your needs for: voice, data, wireless, audio, video, paging, smart boards and more. We keep emerging technologies in mind, as we design, such as: VoIP, Intelligent Buildings, POE (Power Over Ethernet), Digital Ceilings, 10 gig+ and wireless. We offer a full breadth of products and services and the expertise to apply them to your industry, classroom, hospital, manufacturing and growing business. Our brains are just wired that way.

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  • Digital Networking Stocked Wired Trucks

    Our trucks are always stocked and ready to handle all of your projects. Our installers are ready 24/7 to handle any and all digital networking needs. We are prepared for Fiber Optics, Wi-Fi Hotspots, Data Center Management, and any Structured Cabling demands. Check out our 360 video of our truck on youtube.

    Video: Digital Networking Stocked Wired Trucks

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  • Low Voltage Structured Cabling Demolition

    CAT 3 & 5 are now obsolete and need to be replaced to handle the workload of today's technologies. Wired provides the best design and low voltage structured cabling in the industry. Not only can we design and execute amazing new data infrastructures, but we can also remove all existing data cables for a clean new look under BICSI standards.

    Video: Low Voltage Structured Cabling Demolition

    Link: Low Voltage Structured Cabling Demolition

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