Within your business the data cabling infrastructure is possibly the lowest cost portion of your communications network, yet it's the most important for performance and reliability. Choosing the right company to implement the service contract is imperative to achieving optimum performance and maintaining a healthy working environment. From a simple network point to a complete cabling infrastructure test, ACCL offers you 25 years of experience in data cabling installation and servicing – and because of that you can rest assured that your business is in the very best of hands.
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Any Cabling Services for data infrastructure such as– cabinets, risers, data cables, and optical fibres cables that carry mission-critical information – is easily overlooked. Until it goes wrong that is. In communications, time is money – and downtime is costly. Any engineer will tell you that easily 90% of the call-out time can be spent tracing wires and locating services – losing valuable hours when your applications are unavailable. There is a guaranteed “no fix, no fee” policy - you pay only for the on-site services that you use. The first port of call is our service team who can assist with technical queries and hardware-related problems. If they are unable to help, we guarantee to get an engineer to you within an agreed period (usually four hours) 9-5 Monday to Friday, excl. public holidays. To be sure that we can fulfil our ISLA obligations, the service will be initially offered to a limited number of clients.
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ACCL offers unparalleled data cabling service with top grade data cables so you always get the best products on the market. Currently, we are able to provide LAN Ethernet, WiFi LANs, Internet, telephone systems and VoIP data cabling. We can work with all of the following types of cables to cover your connectivity needs:
ACCL works with all the leading types of voice and data cabling systems: Cat3, Cat5, Cat5e, Cat6, Cat6a and Cat7. Copper data cable is a cost-effective solution for data networking and the newer Cat6a data cables through Cat7 data cables are actually quite fast, suitable for 10 Gig Ethernet LANs and wireless networking.
As with any sort of cable, the installation of fibre optic cable is a complex task that must be completed perfectly in order for a data network to function. Despite the advantages of fibre optic over copper with regards to distance and signal integrity, a large number of components may still be required to properly connect all the cables within the data network. Construction work may also be necessary to keep cables out of the way of human traffic. Therefore, professional installers are a must when it comes to installing fibre optic or any other sort of cabling within a network.
OM stands for Optical Mode in fibre optic cabling, and the differences within this family of fibres are denoted by the number. The exact performance of each cable will vary depending on the conditions. Under identical conditions, though, OM1 fibre is by far the slowest. OM2 provides a slight upgrade, then OM3 makes a significant jump in speed and distance. Finally, OM4 is the latest and greatest, only recently released and easily superior to the rest of the OM fibres.
We have made many improvements in our repair centre including new repair services and the latest, up-to-date test equipment.
Faulty ACCL equipment is returned to the centre, at the Orpington HQ, for repair or replacement. Stocks of spares for the entire Field Service operation are controlled centrally to ensure that spares levels in the remote offices and those held by individual engineers, are maintained at all times. The frequency of replenishment to the Area Offices is 24 hours after notification. Should an engineer not have a particular spare part then a priority shipment, normally sent via courier, is despatched to arrive on site at the same time as the engineer.
Maintaining maximum network availability during a company's trading hours is critical if it is to compete in today's increasingly challenging marketplace.Networks must be monitored constantly with faults identified and corrected quickly. Our Network Support Division is strategically placed to to ensure cover throughout UK.
This would commonly include a return-to-base repair service or exchange of network components. It would also be likely to include labour and materials Usually an annual contract whereby a qualified ACCL network engineer is on site within eight hours (or earlier) of a reported fault. Normally provides for on-site attendance within four working hours from - suitable for mission-critical network components Tailored to the needs of the client and network architecture, support can be a two-hour engineer response, through to 24-hour cover, 365 days a year. Support and maintenanceThe Network Support Contract from ACCL targets the fundamentally critical platforms of the OSI 7 Layer Model.
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