DataNet has expertise in advising and installing Structured Cabling Networks. Our team is trained and certified in the latest technologies. We believe structured cabling is the lifeline for the entire information technology network. The perfect structure cabling system will minimizing workflow disruptions and keep your people productive. Structure Cabling System (SCS) used for transmitting a form of data that is built into a structure instead of being run haphazardly. SCS is a complete system of cabling and associated hardware which provides a comprehensive telecommunications infrastructure.
DataNet structured cabling installations typically include entrance facilities, vertical and horizontal backbone pathways, vertical and horizontal backbone cables, horizontal pathways, horizontal cables, work area outlets, equipment rooms, telecommunications closets, cross-connect facilities, multi user telecommunications outlet assemblies, transition points and consolidation points.
DataNet provide to build networking to a group of two or more personal computers together. This way you could share data across your network with one server controlling and strolling all company information.
Many types of networks exist, but the most common types of networks area are Local-Area Networks (LANs) and Wide-Area Networks (WANs). In a LAN, computers are connected together within all "local" area (for example an office or home). In a WAN, computers are farther apart and are connected via telephone/ communication lines, radio waves or other means of connection.
DataNet has networking professionals for customer service including network engineers, project managers, technicians and professional consultants. We also cooperate with leading network equipment manufacturers. We will work until we meet the customer's exact specifications.
DataNet Solutions offers complete server-based computing solutions to customer. This is an operational model where the applications are installed, deployed, managed, supported and run on the server. It uses a multi-user operating system and a method for distributing the presentation of an application's interface to a client device.
The principle advantages of server-based computing are reduced maintenance and support for client terminals, a standardized corporate client terminal and centralized resources management. This system also provides seamless desktop integration of the user's local and remote resources and applications with exceptional performance.