Designing, upgrading, maintaining and installing networks of all sizes and for a wide range of budgets by highly experienced professionals.
At Bishop Consultancy UK Ltd we will analyse your business requirements and projected company growth and draw on these factors and build upon them to build your future network. We will provide our expertise to make sure your projects can progress in-line with technological advances. We will fully support you through all stages of your network project making sure your business requirements are fully met at each stage. We can design networks from the ground up or plan and design complex upgrades ensuring minimal downtime. In addition to designing and installing we also have a wealth of experience in upgrading, redesigning and maintaining
existing networks and infrastructure.
Professional advice on technology and component selection
Incorporation of existing architecture into network design
Specialist survey mapping techniques
Proposed network diagram
Technologies we work with include:
Copper, wireless and fibre-optic
Switches, routers & firewalls
LANs, WANs, DMZs, VPNs & VLAN
Hosting & cloud services
Wireless network design and installation service:
In addition to wired networks, we also offer a wireless network design and installation service. We can handle everything from a small office wireless network up to larger wireless networks covering a large area. Large wireless networks will be based on a full site survey to help us to review signal strength, coverage and performance.
We have a diagram below which shows a wireless network survey, it highlights how irregular good signal strength can be on a single site. Creating a visual signal strength map like this removes any guesswork and ensures that we can design your WiFi network effectively.
For expert network design technicians in Essex, Suffolk or the surrounding counties, get in touch with Bishop Consultancy UK Ltd on01449 490 190for more information.
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