Cabling and Networking Solutions

With increasingly complex business environment, network faces new challenges and must be able to offer more services than ever before. Using a systems approach of wired as well as wireless network equipment, Vertexsol can build an integrated secure, resilient network that incorporates intelligence. This approach helps you to quickly and easily deploy new applications and communications systems that merge wireless, voice, video and data storage capabilities.

Whether your requirements pertain to new or existing network infrastructures or whether you are moving into a new building, relocating offices to an already existing building, growing your company through physical expansion, or simply rearranging your current layout and wanting additions, moves and changes made, Vertexsol is here to make it all happen - from running a single cable to multi-floor installations, including the provision of network equipment and peripherals such as switches and server cabinets (wall mount to full height).

Networking Types

Network can be deployed in any of following way:


Most common choice for voice and data cabling. CAT5e cables can be laid to reach a maximum length of 100 metres and can handle data transfer up to 1000 Mbps.


CAT6 is a standardized cable for Gigabit Ethernet. Growing in popularity and backward compatible with CAT5e, CAT6 cables allow faster data transfer than CAT5 cables.

Fibre Optic

The most significant advantages of fibre over copper are an increase in the amount of data it can carry with less signal degradation over greater distances. However, fibre should not automatically be seen as the first choice when installing a new network. Due to fibre cable being far more expensive to purchase, install and support, its offerings may be excessive for its intended purpose.

Wireless Network

A wireless network links devices using some wireless distribution method and usually providing a connection through an access point. This gives users the mobility to move around within a local coverage area and still be connected to the network. Wireless networks let you connect all sorts of devices in your office i.e. computers, printers, smart phones, tablet computers, storage servers, audio components and even your television.