Networking your actives

How we connect our actives?

We can transport data through multiple ways, offering a hybrid solution, yet ensuring secure data communication from point to point:

over copper wire

Enhancing existing networks simplifies the job. Common wiring through a building makes it easier to connect actives. Today’s standards are set with UTP and FTP. These cables have proven reliability through day-to-day data communication in the office.

Applying it for your security purpose will only prove its efficiency and lower your total cost of operation.
Using coaxial cables is an option if UTP or FTP cables cannot be drawn. This ensures connectivity up to 200Mbps.
Using power to transport data is becoming a hot item. We can already imagine a day where actives will only work through power, making active splitters on the network unnecessary. (UTP, FTP, coax, DLAN).

over fiber (optical)

Optical fiber is often available. It’s sensitive yet often used in long distance communication. The optical signal is sent at the speed of light from one point to another but requires slower converters at each endpoint.

over wireless

Wireless data communication will be the last breach. Although it remains an expensive option, we use specific techniques for specific applications. Think of a bus unloading data when it reaches a station, stand-alone devices, or even public buildings that need interconnectivity (secured encrypted line).