Below are some examples of the documentation provided with our systems.
Once we receive the list of devices and requirements for the system we begin the design process. Our end goal is to create the most reliable, high performance system possible at a reasonable price, for the best Total Cost of Ownership for the end user.
Changes to the documentation are date stamped so we always know we’re working on the latest version.
Unlike some other companies we don’t hold you hostage.
You get everything you need to manage the network, with or without us.
Switch Page This is an example of one of the pages that comes with every switch. It allows installers to know exactly what network a device is part of and where to plug it in. It also allows for fast troubleshooting in the future.
Redundant Router This is an example of a redundant router scenario. If the primary router fails the secondary, high availability, unit kicks in for a seamless transition. So seamless nobody would ever know the unit went down, if they weren’t monitoring it.
Large Takeover This is an example of a takeover project we did. There were existing switches scattered throughout the home that we replaced and configured to manage the traffic more appropriately. In some locations we had to add fiber and in others we managed to bond Ethernet links to create more bandwidth and provide some […]
High Speed Switching This is an example of a smarthome network that required very high speeds for accessing streaming video content, including 4K IP cameras. This home automation network actually gave 480Gbps of speed between the switches.