Network Infrastructure
Wired & Wireless

A reliable data communication network infrastructure can impact your brand image to profit and all aspects of daily operations. A business’s success depends on its communication network infrastructure because it ensures that the crucial network services involved in in the process are functioning effectively. In this era of technology, it is hard to get new clients or to retain the current ones. However, good network infrastructure ensures connectivity and communication between the client significantly depends on the network infrastructure. Network infrastructure connects different devices, which could be done through either wireless or wired means, using an access point such as a router. It is the backbone of a business and business operations rely on the smooth functioning of the network. Therefore, an inefficient network can cause a breakdown in business operations and result in decreased productivity.

Investing in better network infrastructure will drastically increase connectivity and speed and which will consequently improve your employees’ productivity. We, at apex solutions, can plan and install the network infrastructure that is just right for you and caters to your business needs.

Infrastructure Cabling Key Considerations

Voice and data cabling (Cat5e, Cat6)

Fibre optic systems

Campus networking

Design services

Underground or aerial outside plant installations

Supply of cabinets, racks, cable management, etc.


IP closed circuit TV/access security

Wireless networks

Copper cabling is the less expensive option, however it is slower. Fibre cabling on the other hand comes with a higher price tag, but it’s more reliable over longer distances and delivers faster speeds.

Keep in mind it is often beneficial to deploy a cabling infrastructure that uses a combination of copper and fibre, making it capable of supporting Ethernet or other protocols as required. In making your decision, be sure to consider all current requirements as well as future needs.

It’s crucial that your structured cabling systems be designed with the future in mind since cabling will likely outlast the majority of the technologies they currently use and support including cctv, access control, ip phones, computers, servers, and network switches. Overhauling your cabling down the road can come with high price tags and impair your organization’s ability to accommodate changing technologies and growth.