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Networks and Cabling

Network and Cabling is an important part of IT within all businesses, usually the core of the business, therefore Infinity understand that is vital that all of your networks and cabling are installed to a high, industry standard.

Network Design & Cabling


Here at Infinity, we design, install and test CAT5e, CAT6e and wireless networks to ensure that you receive the best possible quality from our services.


The physical network connection is potentially the most important part of your businesses IT infrastructure as it is how every IT component of your business communicates with each other and relays information.


Our specialists will advise on the best places for network points and consider future changes and try to pre-empt those at the design stage to ensure that any changes are already accounted for.


During installation, our engineers run the physical cables to the planned locations, terminate them into network points and make sure the connection works from either end, and then finally label the ports for ease of access.


With Infinity, we will be your point of contact regarding any problems that may occur, ensuring that we can build a strong working relationship and prevent any problems causing a huge disruption.



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