SIS has the expertise to construct a robust network that can handle all your traffic as your network bandwidth needs increase.
When you plan a community, you map out the road system before you build the houses. It’s no different with a network infrastructure.
- Step one: The highway command center.
If it’s a new building, the best practice is to get SIS involved early in the design stage. We can make sure the main room and sub-rooms are large enough and placed in the optimal locations. This enhances the productivity of the network and reduces construction costs.
- Step two: The super highway, exit ramps and local roads
SIS designs and installs conduits and pathways connecting the main room to the sub-rooms.
From the sub-rooms, distributed tactically throughout the building, SIS designs and installs conduits and pathways connecting the sub-rooms to
each unit of the building.
Inside the conduits and pathways, SIS installs fiber optics along the super highway and exit ramps, and copper along the secondary roads that lead up to each unit.
- Step three: Traffic lights.
In the sub-rooms, SIS installs the switches, routers, access methodologies, and devices that will control the flow of traffic.
- Step four: The traffic, without the jam.
The SIS IT team installs the systems and applications, and then programs it all so that it works the
way it should.All day long IP-driven voice, data and video packets will run up and down and throughout the network making deliveries that control wireless access, gates, cameras, video conferences, POS, the internet connection on your iPad at the pool . . . the list is as long as the systems you install.