One of our core strengths is designing and delivering high-performance, highly resilient copper and fibre ICT cabling infrastructures.
The increasingly rapid evolution and adoption of power over Ethernet (PoE) based technologies has made the choice, design and deployment of ICT cabling infrastructures more critical than ever before. As well as providing support for high bandwidth applications such as 10GBaseT, and ensuring noise immunity, contemporary Category 6 and Category 6a cabling infrastructures must support ever-increasing power requirements such as UPoE at up to 60 or even 100 watts. Our Construct team has the necessary design and installation experience and skills to ensure that your chosen cabling infrastructure provides optimal levels of not only bandwidth but also power and thermal performance.
In addition to providing high bandwidth OM4 and OS2 optical solutions, our active participation in the BSI TCT/007/03 committee firmly puts us at the forefront of developing future standards, including the introduction of Category 8: a pre-requisite for the support of 40GBaseT within data centre environments.
To further optimise quality and performance, we have invested heavily in our integrated pre-termination facility and manufacturing processes, which use Building Information Modeling (BIM) technology to create bespoke, pre-terminated fibre optic and copper cable assemblies. Data centres of all sizes can benefit from the pre-termination of ICT cabling, by reducing deployment times, waste and materials.
Our Construct cabling teams control the project management and documentation process through Insight IQ, our online service dashboard. As well as being a highly effective management tool, it gives our customers full, round-the-clock visibility of any project’s status, documentation and procedures.
Connect IQ, our automated infrastructure management system, enables customers to visualize the physical location and connectivity of all intelligent building sub-systems and their associated assets. This BIM-derived data can be directly integrated with data centre infrastructure management (DCIM) systems, greatly enhancing operational effectiveness and efficiency.