Structured Cabling/Connectivity

If your business still uses 10-year-old networking equipment, we have a simple solution: a complete upgrade of your structured cabling. Remember a time when 56 kbps dial-up Internet was cutting edge technology, but around the turn of the century, broadband connections, like DSL and cable, started to spring up.

Connectivity

Copper telephone lines used to be sufficient for basic phone calls and Internet browsing. Nobody needs a fast Internet connection to read emails or send text documents. Times have changed, several :

  • Streaming Internet radio and videos
  • Teleconferencing
  • Transferring 100 MB and larger files

All of these tasks require significantly more bandwidth, and your old hardware will eventually impact your bottom line. If employees cannot access the information they need, productivity will adversely affected. Shoreworx Communications offers a full range of structured cabling options. Our experts will inspect your current infrastructure and make recommendations based on your current bandwidth needs, and many of our customers decide to upgrade their electrical and structured cabling at the same time to minimize costs.

Voice Communications

Nothing beats good old fashioned telephones for communicating with clients and coworkers. Shoreworx Communications will install or upgrade telephone systems. We can also help you configure VoIP solutions that let you communicate over your Internet connection instead of a dedicated telephone line. You will still have a phone number, and in most respects, your phone experience will be identical to a conventional phone service but with the added benefits of increased flexibility, mobility, and productivity.

Data

More bandwidth is required for the constant evolution of technology. As you hire additional employees and upgrade your computers, you will quickly find that your aging network can no longer handle the increased load. To bring your LAN (Local Area Network) up to speed.

  • Cat 6, Cat6e
  • Fiber optics
  • HDMI

Let our knowledgeable team at Shoreworx Communications help you figure out what is best for your business needs. Our site surveys are free. Please call us today to schedule your free site survey! 440-808-8448. We cannot wait to hear from you!

Network Services Ohio WiFi/WLAN

Deployment of a wireless network requires careful planning. Business requirements and objectives need to be evaluated and a site survey must be undertaken to determine possible sources of interference. WiFi Networks can be difficult to implement in high interference areas, be incompatible with existing equipment and can open up security risks. WLANs are best used in addition to – rather than a replacement to wired networks. Our consultants will assure proper planning when implementing your wireless network. The complexity of your network will vary depending on the obstacles within and the size of your facility.

Common applications include:

  • Business customer aggregation
  • Enterprise/Campus Inter-building Connectivity

Wireless / WiFi Network Types Include:

  • 802.11g
  • 802.11b
  • 802.11n
  • 802.11a
  • Wireless Mesh

 

 

Shoreworx Wireless/WiFi Solutions and Installations

  • Enterprise WiFi Hotspots
  • Outdoor Broadband Wireless / WiFi (including municipal and rural wireless)
  • In-Building Cellular and Distributed Antenna Systems (DAS)
  • Wireless / WiFi for Multimedia (business telephone / VoIP, CCTV, hand held scanners, point of sale / POS, digital signage, paging and music systems, etc.)
  • Wireless / WiFi for Multimedia (business telephone / VoIP, CCTV, hand held scanners, point of sale / POS, digital signage, paging and music systems, etc.)
  • Multi-Service Mesh Networks
  • Point to Point Wireless
  • Point to Multi-Point Wireless
  • Fixed Wireless Access
  • Mobile Wireless Access
  • Wireless Video Surveillance
  • Public Safety Solutions

 

RF Tests & Site Surveys

A site survey is always performed first. This is a physical survey of the customer\’s premises to locate the best possible places to install access points and ensure 100% wireless coverage and optimum performance.

Before installing any wireless devices we perform a radio frequency (RF) test in order to better understand the behavior of radio waves within a facility. This is recommended because various obstacles such as doors, walls, elevator shafts and people might affect the radio frequency pattern, causing it to be irregular and unpredictable. Even if you are using omni-directional antennas, radio waves do not travel the same distance in all directions. The RF test can also detect any radio interference that might come from other sources and could affect the performance of the wireless LAN negatively. The ultimate goal of the site survey and RF test is to help determine the number and placement of the access points.

Access Points – WLAN Installation

Shoreworx Communications will integrate the WiFi system into your current network as well as install all the required wireless equipment and certify its operation. All cabling and power runs should be done and tested prior to the installation of access points.

 

Below is a list of activities that one might expect during an installation:

  • Mounting of access points
  • Installation of enclosures on case-by-case basis (physical security)
  • Mounting of antennas
  • Connection of antennas to access points
  • Connection of Backbone LAN to access points
  • Connection of power to access points
  • Installation and connection of remote power system
  • Verification of coverage

Configuration of access points and hardware will include:

  • Proper firmware level
  • Radio information (SSID, channel, bit rate)
  • IP addresses
  • Verification of backbone connectivity

Advantages of WiFi Networks / WLANs

Mobility

The most obvious and significant advantage of WiFi networks. Workers can access shared resources without looking for a cable and a place to plug in.

Range of coverage

Coverage of a WLAN node can be extended by the use of access points.

Ease of use

Users need very little information to take advantage of a WLAN because it is transparent to a user’s network operating system

Installation speed and flexibility

Installation of a WLAN system can be fast and easy and can eliminate the need to pull cable through walls and ceilings. Furthermore, wireless LAN enables networks to be set up where wires might be impossible to install.

Scalability

Wireless networks can be designed to be extremely simple or complex. Wireless/WiFi networks can support large numbers of nodes and large physical areas by adding access points to extend coverage.

Reduced cost of ownership

Particularly in dynamic environments requiring frequent modifications\’ thanks to minimal cabling and installation costs per device and user. WLANs simplify moving, additions, and changes, the indirect costs of user downtime and administrative overhead are reduced.

Contact Shoreworx today for a free site survey / estimate
to see if our wireless solution is the right fit for your business.

440.808.8448

The performance you need, the simplicity you want, the scalability you require

At Shoreworx, we believe that customers shouldn’t have to settle for a storage platform that doesn’t meet all of their needs. Our Storeworx Storage solutions are designed to optimize performance, remove complexity, and balance growth; all of which are key considering the data explosion we’ve experience over the past few years. Why spend time managing data when your priorities are organizational growth and customer support? Let the certified storage experts at Shoreworx to alleviate the headaches often associated with time consuming data management, so you can concentrate on core IT initiatives.

Storeworx Storage – SSD (Solid State Drive)

With Storeworx SSD Storage, customers can rest assured their most demanding workloads are performing at the highest level. By eliminating variability, interruptions, over provisioning, and “noisy neighbors” we are able to offer a premium storage platform designed to maximize performance.

Features:

  • Multiple performance tiers
  • Self-healing data protection
  • Independent control of volume size and IOPS
  • Available in combination with Storeworx Private Cloud

Storeworx™ Storage – SAN (Storage Area Network)

Shoreworx Storeworx SAN Storage effortlessly scales with the growth of your business while optimizing disk utilization, increasing availability, decreasing backup times, and maximizing performance for your high I/O applications.

Features:

  • RAID 5 and RAID 10 options
  • Near Line and FC Drive configurations
  • Available in combination with Storeworx Cloud, Collocation, and Dedicated Hosting

Storeworx™ Storage – NAS (Network Attached Storage)

Customers interested in file-based storage can utilize Storeworx™ NAS Storage. NAS Storage reduces the complexity of data management, simplifies file sharing, and improves storage efficiency, all at an affordable price.

Features:

  • RAID DP
  • Built-in support for CIFS and NFS
  • Snapshot management
  • Available in combination with Storeworx Cloud, Colocation, and Dedicated Hosting

Our goal is to provide full service storage solutions that make it easy to do business. Shoreworx Storeworx™ Storage includes redundant connections for maximum uptime, continuous hardware health checks and monitoring, comprehensive testing, hardware maintenance, and of course – our industry best service.

Here are 5 reasons why structured cabling is essential for your business phone systems:

1. Faster transmission

When your team is on the phone waiting for an irate customer’s record to appear, every second can feel like an eternity. You’ll want to move data to the point of use as fast as you possibly can. Category 6A cable supports up to 10-Gigabits per second, while Category 5e supports 100 mbps. Most experts no longer recommend Category 3 for data transmission because of its slow speed and high volume of noise. Don’t slow down your business phone system and important data by using cables that won’t support the speed you need.

2. Less Noise

All twisted pair cable is susceptible to some degree of noise from nearby electronic equipment, but Category 5 is far superior to the older Category 3 at noise resistance. Category 5e, Category 6 and Category 6A each offers a big leap in noise reduction over its immediately preceding standard. Fiber optic cabling offers the best resistance to noise of any other cable system. Noise causes static and poor connections during phone conversations and corrupts data. Excessive noise slows down your network because the system has to resend corrupt data repeatedly until it gets through uncorrupted. It is a false economy to go with a lower quality cable, because you pay more in the hidden costs of slow response times and irritated customers.

3. Longer runs

The higher the quality of the cable that supports your business phone system, the longer the runs it can support without errors and artifacts creeping in. There are no restrictions on the length of fiber optic cable runs, and its superior noise resistance and speed make it an excellent choice for a business phone system or data center. Category 5 or category 6A wiring can support runs of up to 100 meters without noise, which gives you more flexibility in laying out your facility and reduces the number of repeaters or data hubs you’ll need to install. Eliminating hubs and repeaters as much as possible makes your network more reliable and reduces the investment in necessary equipment. Its reasonable cost coupled with the superior noise resistance over long runs makes Category 5e or Category 6A the cable of choice for Houston business phone systems.

4. Lower cost of maintenance

Fiber optic, Category 5e or Category 6 cables rarely go bad. On the rare occasion that they do, having a properly installed and carefully marked cable structure can make it faster to identify the problem and easier to replace the cable. Downtime equates to lost revenue, so you want to maximize uptime for your enterprise phone system in every way possible. In addition, instead of spending time tracing cables, your tech support or IT team can spend their time on more strategic initiatives than ensuring the integrity of your cables.

5. Position for growth

When they install phone systems, companies are making an investment in their future. By upgrading the structured cabling system that supports the digital phone system and the company’s data at the same time, these companies position themselves for growth with infrastructure that supports fast, error free transmission of voice and data. Cleveland business phone systems supported by fiber optic cables or the highest possible category of cable provide companies with superior speeds and voice quality that helps the company compete better in their industry. Better quality cabling is a better investment, because it will serve the company well for far longer than cheaper cabling, and it will be far less troublesome during its entire useful life.

Companies should install the best and most up-to-date data cabling they can afford to ensure that they get top performance from their digital phone system. Good quality cabling can reduce maintenance costs, increase data transmission speeds and improve voice quality.

Contact Shoreworx Communications today to schedule your free site survey!

phone: 440-808-8448

email: info@shoreworx.com

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The structured cabling topology that a business chooses is a decision that will affect network performance for years to come.

The combining of data onto a single network is always a topic for discussion. The technology is here, but what about the actual infrastructure to move all this data around? Some network managers might question whether the CAT-5 links in their cable plant will support 1000BaseT. Even if the cabling will run at high data rates, recurring network problems may not be the fault of hubs, routers or software.

In the mid 1970’s Ethernet was unveiled at a speed of 10mbs and offering (at that time) big amounts of bandwidth. 20 years later, 905 of PCs were still transferring data at that speed.  The increase of PCs on every desktop and the rise of data intensive application has seen exponential increases in connection speed throughout the system. In the mid 90’s, the International Standardisation Organisation (ISO) ratified CAT-5 interconnection hardware specifications, which extended bandwidth to 100MHz and supports 100Mbps 100BaseTX Fast Ethernet systems. CAT-5 hardware will also run 155Mbps Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM-155) traffic.

Today’s bandwidth expectations mean that CAT-5 is coming to the end of its upgrade life. The Category 5 Enhanced (5e) standards specify more headroom for 100BaseTX and ATM-155 traffic. Critically, 5e standards make reliable gigabit Ethernet connections possible. Nonetheless, many structured cabling suppliers argue that 5e is only an interim solution before the arrival of CAT-6, which will support at least 200MHz; in the interests of sufficient operating margin, the IEEE is requesting a 250MHz CAT-6 specification. Despite the fact that CAT-6 standards are only at draft stage, manufacturers are offering a host of products and claiming that they comply with the draft proposals.

In applications such as video streaming or editing, gigabit Ethernet offers the opportunity to work more efficiently. Instead of downloading a sequence from a server and running it locally in real-time, multiple editors can view 27Mbps video streams concurrently at their computers. Other early adopters in the United Kingdom include the Meteorological office, which moves gigabytes of data to model weather patterns. For most users, the best reason for installing the latest CAT-6 copper technology lies with providing the greatest degree of “future-proofing”.

CAT-5 cabling is adequate for most installations today. 5e supports any of today’s protocols and provides more margin. Compared with CAT-5 products, you can currently expect a 15% premium for 5e and as much as 50 % for CAT-6. Important design issues include limiting the clock rate to ease cabling requirements and limiting EMC emissions without resorting to shielded cabling.

In March 1997, the IEEE Standards Board approved the 1000BaseT project under the number P802.ab. The committee’s objective is to design a gigabit Ethernet system that runs over CAT-5 level cabling. The shielded-versus-unshielded cable debate has raged since 10BaseT’s introduction. The Fast Ethernet-compatible symbol rate of 125MHz with two bits per symbol yields 250Mbps per twisted pair. Cable-test recommendations specify three link models. Cable management is important for CAT-5 systems and becomes critical for high-bandwidth systems – CAT-6 GigaBand system.

Bandwidth intensive data and video applications continue to push the need for high performance structured cabling systems that can support higher transmission. The  decision is to purchase the best performing cabling system available to guard against obsolescence. CAT-6/Class E cabling provides 2.5 times the bandwidth and can deliver as much as 300 % better power sum attenuation to crosstalk  performance at 100MHz than 5e systems for approximately 25 % greater installed cost. Even so, many customers question whether they should purchase CAT-6/class E cabling systems prior to TIA/EIA ratification of the standard. Many fear that they will be left with a telecommunications infrastructure that will not meet the final standard specifications or will not support all intended applications. Fortunately, by doing a little research and asking the right questions, customers can purchase a CAT-6 system that will support 250MHz applications well into the next generation of networking technologies.

Development of the TIA draft CAT-6 standard is nearing completion and is expected to be forwarded for industry ballot review in December 1999. Although it may be months before a consensus is reached and the standard is approved, it is unlikely that there will be changes between now and then. Since project initiation in September 1997, the key performance goals for CAT-6 and class E have remained firm. In fact, ISO/IEC had communicated these goals to the industry in 1997 specifically to “allow manufacturers to start development of the required cabling components”. Standards groups are actively working to finalize the development of field and laboratory test measurement criteria at this time. Evidence of the progressing standard is the fact that a variety of manufacturers are now actively promoting CAT-6 solutions.

A company’s investment in cabling is a long-term return. Although CAT-5 cabling installed for use on 10/100 networks may be fine at gigabit and beyond speeds, even small problems can become major headaches. When the standards are ratified for CAT-6, the marginal 25-30 % increase in installation costs will be overshadowed by reliable gigabit speeds.

Shoreworx Communications are experts in the field of data cabling, we can tell you exactly what is needed for each situation. We keep up to date on all advances in technology and are here to help you. Give us a call! 440-808-8448

Fiber optic cable is one of the fastest-growing transmission mediums for both new cabling installations and upgrades, including backbone, horizontal, and even desktop applications. Fiber offers a number of advantages over copper.

Cost

The cost for fiber cable, components, and hardware is steadily decreasing. Installation costs for fiber are higher than copper because of the skill needed for terminations. Overall, fiber is more expensive than copper in the short run, but it may actually be less expensive in the long run. Fiber typically costs less to maintain, has less much less downtime, and requires less networking hardware. And fiber eliminates the need to recable for higher network performance.

 Low attenuation and greater distance

Because the fiber optic signal is made of light, very little signal loss occurs during transmission, and data can move at higher speeds and greater distances. Fiber does not have the 100-meter (9328-ft.) distance limitation of unshielded twisted pair copper (without a booster). Fiber distances can range from 300 meters (984.2 ft.) to 40 kilometers (24.8 mi.), depending on the style of cable, wavelength, and network. Because fiber signals need less boosting than copper ones do, the cable performs better.

Security

Your data is safe with fiber cable. It doesn’t radiate signals and is extremely difficult to tap. If the cable is tapped, it’s very easy to monitor because the cable leaks light, causing the entire system to fail. If an attempt is made to break the physical security of your fiber system, you’ll know it.

Fiber networks also enable you to put all your electronics and hardware in one central location, instead of having wiring closets with equipment throughout the building.

Greater bandwidth

Fiber provides far greater bandwidth than copper and has standardized performance up to 10 Gbps. While not currently a standard, these speeds could become a reality in future proposals and ratifications. Keep in mind that fiber speeds are dependent on the type of cable used. Single-mode cable offers far greater distance than either 62.5- or 50-micron multimode cable. In addition, fiber optic cable can carry more information with greater fidelity than copper wire. That’s why telephone and CATV companies are converting to fiber.

Immunity and reliability

Fiber provides extremely reliable data transmission. It’s completely immune to many environmental factors that affect copper cable. The core is made of glass, which is an insulator, so no electric current can flow through. It’s immune to electrometric interference and radio-frequency interference (EM/RFI), crosstalk, impedance problems, and more. You can run fiber cable next to industrial equipment without worry. Fiber is also less susceptible to temperature fluctuations than copper and can be submerged in water.

Design

Fiber is lightweight, thin, and more durable than copper cable. Plus, fiber optic cable has pulling specifications that are up to 10 times greater than copper cable’s. Its small size makes it easier to handle, and it takes up much less space in cabling ducts. Although fiber is still more difficult to terminate than copper, advancements in connectors are making termination easier. In addition, fiber is actually easier to test than copper cable.

 Migration

The proliferation and lower costs of media converters are making copper to fiber migration much easier. The converters provide seamless links and enable the use of existing hardware. Fiber can be incorporated into network in planned upgrades.

Standards

TIA/EIA-785, ratified in 2001, provides a cost-effective migration path from 10-Mbps Ethernet to 100-Mbps Fast Ethernet over fiber (100BASE-SX). An addendum to the standard eliminates limitations in transceiver designs. In addition, in June 2002, the IEEE approved a 10-Gigabit Ethernet (10-GbE) standard.

There are many more advantages to Fiber optics. Shoreworx technicians can meet with you on site to discuss your needs and explain why Fiber is the wave of the future. Call us today! 440-808-8448

CCTV and Security Camera Installation
Advanced digital video technology – allowing you an unprecedented level of organization and control over your surveillance data and access to it from anywhere in the world.
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Product ID: CCTV-Cleveland
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Developments in technology have led to a greater need for security to help people protect increasingly valuable private or commercial property. However, security cameras and networks have advanced just as quickly! A vast range of sophisticated cameras and surveillance systems are now widely available, delivering high quality images that can be efficiently recorded, stored and searched. Closed Circuit security camera set ups can also be integrated with Access Control installations, alarm responses and advanced software.

Shoreworx Communications and Security delivers a variety of CCTV installations to clients based in Cleveland and the surrounding areas. Our installation services range from basic stand-alone cameras to fully integrated systems featuring the very latest innovations.

Shoreworx Expert CCTV Installation

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Surveillance systems provide an essential service for a vast range of projects in domestic, business and commercial environments. The wide choice of Cleveland CCTV systems enable us to design and build an installation that will fit your specific requirements and the individual features of your home, business or commercial complex.

We will visit your site and carry out a full inspection, reporting back to you as part of a direct consultation. We will talk through your needs and the options available, before installing a CCTV system tailored specifically to your project. Shoreworx installers have an extensive background working on advanced systems in large residential housing blocks and commercial set ups. You can therefore have confidence that our expert engineers will work and communicate effectively through the various stages of large surveillance endeavors.

We install cameras and security systems using the most efficient and reliable technology available and can incorporate the most innovative surveillance equipment on the market. We are Fully aware of the need for CCTV footage to meet the Data Protection Act to be used as part of evidence in the court of law. Shoreworx therefore provide installations offering the highest quality resolutions and images.

Choosing a CCTV System…

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Shoreworx can build and design a range of CCTV systems covering a variety of prices. Installing the latest high-tech CCTV cameras and DVR recording devices, we offer systems with high definition recording and advanced software for specific and multiple camera recording. CCTV installations can be built to suit indoor and outdoor conditions, feature obvious or covert cameras and can be networked to deliver remote or even remote mobile access.

Examples of our CCTV/Camera Systems include:

  • BASIC STAND-ALONE FIXED CAMERA CCTV SYSTEMS
    Classic Box Cameras are durable, weather-resistant and provide high quality recording. They come with the option of color, long-range and night vision recording and are built to be seen as a method of crime prevention.
  • COVERT CCTV SYSTEMS: Hidden Cameras for your business.
    Discreet Cameras feature in CCTV installations that are specifically designed to stay hidden. Protect your business now and call us for a free estimate.

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  • REMOTE SECURITY CAMERA SYSTEMS
    Remote CCTV systems allow cameras to be operated and monitored from other areas either on or off site by one or more observers. Cameras can be pointed towards any strange behavior that has been spotted and feedback instantly provided through an alarm or the shutting off of access points. Installations can also be built to provide a high level of electronic intruder detection.
  • IVS: INTELLIGENT VIDEO SYSTEMS
    The latest intelligent CCTV systems include Heat Operated, Smart Zoom and IVS Human Detection cameras.
  • WIRELESS SURVEILLANCE  SYSTEMS
    Wireless CCTV cameras deliver aesthetically pleasing and discreet systems. Their sophisticated design uses digital technology to provide high quality images and sound with interference-free signal.
  • IP-Camera SYSTEMS/MOBILE Monitoring of CCTV
    IP cameras come with megapixel sensors and record directly to storage devices that are attached to the internet. You can monitor or even control your CCTV system from a computer at a remote location. Alternatively, access your surveillance through the internet on your mobile phone, Smart Phone or tablet.
  • FULLY INTEGRATED CCTV SYSTEMS
    CCTV installations can be fully integrated with advanced system design to deliver CCTV analytics and extensive feedback. Surveillance systems can also be integrated with Access Control.

CCTV Systems Maintenance and Support

Shoreworx offers an inclusive and extended Maintenance and Support Service to installation clients. This includes an efficient call out response, routine quarterly inspections, locating faults in systems and the planned replacement of parts before they cause problems. We additionally offer this maintenance service to customers in and around Cleveland and Akron who have had CCTV systems installed elsewhere. This is dependent upon a full installation inspection and report from one of our specialized CCTV engineers.

Call Shoreworx today at 440-808-8448 for your free consultation and site survey!

Shoreworx is one of the most experienced and established fiber optic installation companies in the Cleveland/Akron metropolitan area. We specialize in the complete installation of business communication systems with structured voice and data cabling design and infrastructure. We are committed to supplying the equipment and systems which build a scalable network that will meet your company’s needs not only today, but for many years in the future. As a Fiber Optic contractor, in addition to fiber cabling, we work with Cat 5e, Cat6, Coax, Horizontal Cabling, Backbone cabling, Server Room, Data Room Building / Datacenter Build Outs.

The Shoreworx team has been tasked with installing fiber optic cable in just about every scenario imaginable. Call us today for your free estimate and consultation. We take great pride in everything we install and stand behind our work with a written warranty for every installation.

Construction Services

Fiber Optic Installation Types
– Fiber Optic Cabling

  • Fiber Optic Installation
  • Aerial Cable Placement
  • Underground Conduit Construction
  • Fiber Optic Termination
  • Conduit Rodding, Cleaning and Cable Pulling
  • Fiber Optic Splicing
  • Full Scope Design and Maintenance for Fiber Cabling
  • Multimode Cable
  • ST/SC/LC/FC Connectors
  • Multimedia Outlets
  • Wall or Rack Mounted Cabinets
  • Single Mode Cable
  • Fiber Cabling
  • Outdoor – Fiber Optic Cabling
  • Premise Data Networks
  • Armored Fiber Optic Cable
  • OTDR Testing/Certification
  • Fusion Splicing

 

The race between Copper and Fiber was won, and the incontrovertible winner is fiber. Virtual Private Networking (VPN) for telecommuters, or point-to-point T1 services for businesses, only Fiber Optics can satisfy the wide-ranging needs of an entire community. Fiber Optic contractors know that the use of a Fiber Optic Network minimizes maintenance expenses because the Fiber Optic Network signals are not affected by electrical noise. Exempt from FCC-mandated sweeps, fiber reduces operation and maintenance costs for an outside plant. Fiber also drives much longer loops than copper and there is no ongoing plant tuning. Additionally, the Fiber Optic Network has an estimated Interior/Exterior, LAN, WAN, and Plant life of more than 35 years. On the other hand, copper cable is delicate. It only has a 25 pound pulling tension limit and kinks will ruin the high speed performance. With fiber, even though it’s glass fiber, it has more strength and greater tolerance to abuse than copper wire. Not too many years ago, fiber was a novelty, and there was little fiber optic installation experience in the industry. Copper was the king. In today’s high speed networks the reverse is true. While copper is restricted as far as speed, fiber can look at the very high speed industry future with supreme confidence.

 

The Secret to Success in Fiber Optics Installations is Training!

Our stellar reputation among Fiber Optic contractors is due to the continuous investment we make in training each Fiber Optic Technician on our staff. We are fully insured and carry all manufacturers. There is no job too small or too large. Whether you require one line or one thousand lines, we will do the job efficiently, to your specification, and on budget.

Contact Shoreworx today to see if our fiber optic cabling solution
is the right fit for your business.
440.808.8448

Shoreworx Communications is a top installer of network cables in the Cleveland area, as well as the rest of Ohio, Western Pennsylvania and Eastern Michigan. We have a strong reputation for being reliable, knowledgeable and having competitive pricing. Our team of technicians are up to date on all technological advances and are eager to learn more as information becomes available, keeping us in the know for your needs. We take great pride in our work and will assist you with a variety of your business needs. Our services include:

  • Structured Network Cabling, Category 5e, 6, and 7, De-mark extensions, A/V Cabling etc.
  • Installation, repair and troubleshooting of all POTS lines and customer networks
  • VOIP installation services
  • CPE Installation services
  • Complete Wiring and Network Room Demolition Services available with certification
  • Equipment removal and Asset Liquidation Services
  • Phone Closet and complete Data Center remediation, inventory and clean-ups
  • Fiber optic cabling, termination, splicing, testing, troubleshooting, and repair
  • Audio/Video and paging systems
  • Conference room solutions
  • CCTV/IP/Analog Surveillance Systems (Axis Partner and Authorized Reseller)
  • Access Control/Biometric Solutions
  • WLAN and Wi-Fi surveys, design, installation, troubleshooting and repair. We own our own Fluke AirCheck, Air Magnet Survey Pro Software and equipment.
  • Data Center/Server Room planning, design, build, commissioning, test and turn-up. This includes the installation of raised access flooring, HVAC, UPS, fire suppression, security, and monitoring platforms such as Environet and Falcon.
  • Collocation and TELCO Installation Services, DSX Panels, Ladder Rack, Grounding Systems, Nortel S/DMS/Tellabs/Lucent 5eSS installation and implementation
  • Internet access Services/1.5Mbps/3Mbps/5Mbps/10Mbps/20Mbps/100Mbps/Gigabit Rates available
  • AC/DC Electrical Services
  • Data Center and critical infrastructure security cages and rooms.
  • Project Management Services, we have managed national roll outs and installations for some of our larger clients
  • Rack and Stack services, OEM, Network Engineering Services
  • Data Center Relocation Services, Planning, Project Management, Big Box, Small Move, Etc.

Contact Shoreworx today to schedule your free site survey!

phone: 440-808-8448

email: info@shoreworx.com

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Turnkey Voice and Data Cabling Systems
Here at Shoreworx Communications, our clients expect a functioning network infrastructure and depend on Shoreworx.com to deliver an industry-best system, installed right the first time. From a single Category 5e cable installation, to several thousand Category 6 Cable installations with fiber optic networking, Shoreworx is a One Stop Technology Shop!

The turnkey methods utilized by Shoreworx Communications have been developed and refined over time by our team of industry leaders, with valuable input provided by our clients. We believe in a continuous improvement process that constantly challenges us to raise our clients’ expectations even higher.

Designing a structured cabling system with our team of BICSI RCDD design professionals
  • Evaluate and analyze your specific requirements
  • Perform free on site survey
  • Provide to you the latest industry information
  • Present viable options
  • Work together to formulate the best design based on customer needs and budget
  • Investment protection for “future compatibility”
Implementation Planning
  • Develop time lines and milestones
  • Prioritize tasks
  • Review special requirements of facility
  • Plan for requirements of existing operations
  • Schedule the needed resources to stay on schedule
Installation (Design-Build Approach)
  • Continuity of team members assigned to project
  • Technicians trained on your specific requirements
  • Regular involvement from you
Project Management
  • The Shoreworx project manager is assigned and is the central point of responsibility and contact for your project
  • Maintain project schedule
  • Provide regular project updates to Shoreworx staff and client representative
Testing & Certification
  • Perform on-site cable testing and certification
  • Have results reviewed by our engineering group
  • Provide client with testing/certification results
  • Make recommendations based on testing/certification results
Quality Assurance
  • Develop initial quality plans to avoid later problems
  • Provide ongoing reviews of project
Documentation
  • Provide as built drawings
  • Provide test documentation to customer
  • Create and save customer file in Shoreworx CRM Database both locally and in our Tier III Data Center Storage
Move Coordination
  • Provide and plan for transparent cutovers
  • Coordinate moves and attachment of end user equipment
  • Provide customer with project plan and gain customer approval
  • Test stations after setup
  • Provide customer with As-Built and post testing results
Training
We will train your in-house staff to support infrastructure

 

Complete Warranty Coverage
Shoreworx provides a complete two-year parts and labor warranty. Shoreworx will replace, free of charge for this period, any component installed by us that malfunctions through normal use.
Extended Warranty Coverage, Plus Application Coverage
Shoreworx is authorized by various manufacturers to offer an extended warranty, in many cases 15 years or longer. In some cases, we can provide a lifetime warranty on our Structured Cabling Systems and Installations. These warranties not only cover the components, but also provide additional guarantees for the applications they were designed to support.

 

The Shoreworx team of experts can provide services such as Data Center moves and relocations, Network Engineering and design, full scale structured cabling systems, Wireless Network Design, implementation and troubleshooting as well as simple adds/moves/changes for your telecommunications needs. Call us today for a free consultation and see why thousands of companies choose Shoreworx to care for the lifeblood of their organizations which is the Network Infrastructure and related components.

Turnkey Voice and Data Cabling Systems
Here at Shoreworx Communications, our clients expect a functioning network infrastructure and depend on Shoreworx.com to deliver an industry-best system, installed right the first time. From a single Category 5e cable installation, to several thousand Category 6 Cable installations with fiber optic networking, Shoreworx is a One Stop Technology Shop!

The turnkey methods utilized by Shoreworx Communications have been developed and refined over time by our team of industry leaders, with valuable input provided by our clients. We believe in a continuous improvement process that constantly challenges us to raise our clients’ expectations even higher.

Designing a structured cabling system with our team of BICSI RCDD design professionals
  • Evaluate and analyze your specific requirements
  • Perform free on site survey
  • Provide to you the latest industry information
  • Present viable options
  • Work together to formulate the best design based on customer needs and budget
  • Investment protection for “future compatibility”
Implementation Planning
  • Develop time lines and milestones
  • Prioritize tasks
  • Review special requirements of facility
  • Plan for requirements of existing operations
  • Schedule the needed resources to stay on schedule
Installation (Design-Build Approach)
  • Continuity of team members assigned to project
  • Technicians trained on your specific requirements
  • Regular involvement from you
Project Management
  • The Shoreworx project manager is assigned and is the central point of responsibility and contact for your project
  • Maintain project schedule
  • Provide regular project updates to Shoreworx staff and client representative
Testing & Certification
  • Perform on-site cable testing and certification
  • Have results reviewed by our engineering group
  • Provide client with testing/certification results
  • Make recommendations based on testing/certification results
Quality Assurance
  • Develop initial quality plans to avoid later problems
  • Provide ongoing reviews of project
Documentation
  • Provide as built drawings
  • Provide test documentation to customer
  • Create and save customer file in Shoreworx CRM Database both locally and in our Tier III Data Center Storage
Move Coordination
  • Provide and plan for transparent cutovers
  • Coordinate moves and attachment of end user equipment
  • Provide customer with project plan and gain customer approval
  • Test stations after setup
  • Provide customer with As-Built and post testing results
Training
We will train your in-house staff to support infrastructure

 

Complete Warranty Coverage
Shoreworx provides a complete two-year parts and labor warranty. Shoreworx will replace, free of charge for this period, any component installed by us that malfunctions through normal use.
Extended Warranty Coverage, Plus Application Coverage
Shoreworx is authorized by various manufacturers to offer an extended warranty, in many cases 15 years or longer. In some cases, we can provide a lifetime warranty on our Structured Cabling Systems and Installations. These warranties not only cover the components, but also provide additional guarantees for the applications they were designed to support.

 

The Shoreworx team of experts can provide services such as Data Center moves and relocations, Network Engineering and design, full scale structured cabling systems, Wireless Network Design, implementation and troubleshooting as well as simple adds/moves/changes for your telecommunications needs. Call us today for a free consultation and see why thousands of companies choose Shoreworx to care for the lifeblood of their organizations which is the Network Infrastructure and related components.