Network Cabling

At the core of every network is its physical infrastructure transmitting real time information. Quality cabling installations are the key to the integrity of these speeds. Avant-Garde Systems is at the forefront of the latest copper technology with clients migrating into Category 6 for more robust bandwidth needs at the desktop.

In the many years since fiber optics became the standard for backbone in the network, Avant-Garde Systems has installed single and multimode fiber throughout the core of building structures.

For inside cabling installation and outside plant services, Avant-Garde Systems provides BICSI trained technicians to complete installation and service of your network. We use the latest in test equipment to ensure your network is running at the speeds you expect.

Fiber Optic Cable

Avant-Garde Systems works with any fiber count and any type of cable including single mode and multimode. We receive ongoing training in fiber splicing and network testing procedures as we continually reinvest into our fiber optic program. Our well-trained workforce utilizes the latest splicing technology and up to date equipment. Whether you are in need of underground, aerial or inside installations, we can meet your organization’s specific needs and deliver the most comprehensive solution in the industry.

Wi-Fi Network Installation

Today’s wireless networks have quickly evolved into an essential component of your overall industrial infrastructure. A Avant-Garde Systems wireless solution delivers the robust and reliable wireless network you demand to provide complete and secure connectivity to critical IT, operation control systems, and remote asset data.

Our years of network design and integration experience make sure your system meets environmental and data demands your application. With scalable architecture with built-in redundancy for complete system reliability and stability.

Talk to us about a turnkey wireless solution for your application.


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