Method Technologies provides low-voltage cabling to businesses of all sizes. We believe that cabling is essential to keeping businesses running efficiently and productively. When you have quality network cabling, data will transfer faster and will be more reliable through your network.
It is important to have structure to your cabling for any future moves, upgrades, and more. At Method Technologies, we provide our clients with on-site support from professionally trained technicians. They are qualified to arrange and setup a cable structure that fits every business and office space.
We can setup a brand new cabling structure for you or even build from your existing services. It is our goal to keep that nest of cables in the server room looking professional and secure. Many times physical security becomes overlooked, but we believe it is a critical piece to the puzzle.
Method Technologies will setup a network cabling system that can control multiple systems, such as data, voice, video, and more. We will have a member of our team assess your needs and determine a plan that works best for your business.
From CAT 5e/CAT 6 to Single and Multimode fiber, Method Technologies has the expertise to design, deploy, and maintain your physical infrastructure.
We are a licensed C7 (low voltage cabling) contractor in the state of California, LIC #949526.
Our network cabling Orange County, CA services stretch from Irvine to Costa Mesa and beyond. We can help you determine the kind of structured cabling that best fits your needs and also oversee the professional cabling installation.
We offer professional network cabling installation services that will transform your work systems using quality wiring, which ensures that your phone systems and data network are in top condition.
Wireless networks are popular, but when does structured network cabling come on top?
Some business owners find that network cabling provides more security than wireless networks. Even with passwords and other protections, wireless networks are still remotely accessible, which is a potential security risk.
Security cameras are another factor to consider. Wired security cameras tend to be more reliable—there's no risk of running out of battery or losing signal from your network. Every security camera depends upon its wiring, so it requires a high-quality installation.
Voice and data network cabling provide reliable service to all the devices in your office. It keeps employees productive at work and removes frustrating impediments to getting things done. If your business uses lots of data or phone calls, physical cabling might be a better choice than a wireless network.
Cable maintenance is essential in keeping your systems up to date and taken care of. Every business, whether big or small, needs cable maintenance done, but most importantly done properly.
If your business is not keeping track of your cabling, your system may be out of date. Method Technologies has expert technicians that monitor your cable system so you don’t have to.
It's important to install cabling in safe locations, with careful labeling, evenly spaced, and without any loose or exposed wires. Cable installation should also follow a general plan, allowing for a clean design that connects your workplace without leaving behind a tangled mess, or loose wires running across the floor.
If you do upgrade your cabling, it's important to have the installation done by a certified professional, like one of our staff experts.
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We strive to offer services that will streamline your work and allow you to stay focused on the business side of your company.
To learn more about how our solutions for Orange County network cabling can benefit your business, contact us at Method Technologies today.
A. Structured cabling refers to the voice and data cables that run throughout your building. They are usually fiber optic or copper and are used for communications between your systems.
A. Most businesses utilize Category 6 (CAT6) cabling for workstations and phones, and Fiber Optic cabling for longer distance runs.
A. A properly deployed structured cabling system allows your technology to operate at peak performance while retaining mobility and compliance with local standards. Physical cabling provides higher throughput and less errors than wireless communication.