Planning to move or renovate?

Planning to move or renovate?

A tidy, well maintained operation avoids unnecessary down time. Engaging Smart-Wired for the task takes away uncertainty, allows for easy changes and ensures you focus on core business.

Planning to move or renovate?

Together we'll formulate a project plan to see your job to successful completion.

Our experience and industry knowledge will provide confidence and real value. Guiding you through the right channels, capturing innovative technologies and avoiding typical traps and pitfalls.

From start to finish - we're with you all the way.

 


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Planning to move or renovate?

  • Business relocation
  • Cabinet Upgrades
  • Adds, moves and changes
  • Cabling tidy ups
  • Network cable faults

 

Common Questions

  • What is VoIP?
    Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) is the new and innovative way to make and receive phone calls over your broadband internet connection. It involves directing your calls through the internet instead of the standard telephone lines. Using VoIP technology, your phone calls are converted into data that is sent and received through your broadband connection - just like email.
  • What does UPS stands for and how does it work?
    Uninterrupted Power Supply (UPS). These units will assist with long term reliability for your new telephone system, computer network switch and ADSL (Jetstream) router. The UPS will limit the long term damage to the appliances electronic circuitry from power spikes and surges it is designed to keep systems going in the event of a power cut.

    We highly recommend the use of UPS's. Correct product selection is mission critical.

    Please call for a free Smart-Wired consultation. (07) 858-3939
  • Why wouldn’t I skip category 6 and go straight to optical fibre?
    You can certainly do that and it is recommended between buildings and over long runs, however for general workstations you will find that a fibre system is still very expensive.

    Ultimately, economics drive customer decisions, and today optical fibre cable together with optical transceivers and leads are about twice as expensive as an equivalent system built using category-6 and associated copper electronics. Installation of copper cabling is more craft–friendly and can be accomplished with simple tools and techniques. Additionally, copper cabling will still support the emerging Data Terminal Equipment (DTE) power standard under development by IEEE 802.3 af. EIA & TIA International Standards Authorities.

    However, having stated that. Fibre is a long term "clean" medium able to support ever increasing bandwidth demand, over distances (<90 metres) and most significantly not suseptible to EMI/RFI induction the eternal bain of all telecommunication signals.
  • What are SIP trunks?
    Sip trunks are high quality phone lines comparable in quality to business grade ISDN lines.

    The service is delivered over SIP trunks (SIP) Session Initiation Protocol and this method has now been established as the industry standard for delivering phone lines via a data connection.