A large warehouse was trying to get by with outdated Internet connectivity. DTV Installations ran nearly 2000 feet of Cat6 Ethernet cable, installed four Cisco wireless access points inside the warehouse and two more outside the building, and upgraded the client’s Ethernet switch. The result: flawless connectivity and increased productivity in just two days, and for just over $5000.
A New York warehouse was trying to get by with a sadly-outdated Internet system, until the owners called DTV Installations to upgrade their connectivity. We were able to provide them with a modern wired and wireless network able to handle the demands of their business, both inside and outside of the warehouse.
Our work began by running nearly 2000 feet of shielded Category 6 550 MHz cable, which can handle the demands of a 10-Gigabit Ethernet system. We then installed four Cisco wireless access points at strategic points throughout the inside of the building, and two more outdoors. For the indoor WAPs we used Cisco Aironet 1240AG Series IEEE 802.11a/b/g units; they are specifically meant to withstand the challenges of warehouses and other large buildings where radio-frequency interference and wide variations of temperatures can be a problem.
For the outdoor access points we chose Cisco Aironet 1532E 802.11n dual-band 300 Mbps units, designed for maximum coverage area and reliability.
We finished by upgrading the client’s Cisco Ethernet switch, so there were enough ports to handle the demands of the new network. Perfect Wi-Fi connectivity is now available throughout the warehouse and the outside property; the project took DTV Installations only two days to complete, and the client now has a modern Ethernet/WiFi system at a cost of just over $5000.