Patch panel is part of telecommunication enclosure. It allows easy plug-in for connectivity as well as for ease of debugging when needed. Cables from horizontal cabling are terminated on one end of patch panel other side has required jacks to offer direct connectivity to network (i.e. network switch). Patch panels are widely used in all data centers and hubs but now it's becoming very common at smaller scale like residential house in order to organize all cabling and communication. Typically, used for data and voice communications. Solnet Canada employs technicians with expertise in understanding the functionality, implentation, configuration and troubleshooting. We offer support with both managed and unmanaged network devices and our extended service area coverage is from waterloo to windsor and tobermory to turkey point with additional mobile offices in Sarnia, Listowel, Brantford, St Thomas, Chatham and Grand Bend to offer service throughout the south western ontario region.

Structured Cabling
  • Structured Cabling is essential component for all connectivity needs as it acts as backbone for all communication channels where its voice or data. It's typically divided into 6 subsystems - namely work area, horizontal cabling, telecommunication ...
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Work Area
  • Work area is the front end or user end where all cables and communication channels are terminated, typically behind wall or in box with faceplate and jack to attach the patch cable to connect network device. Its's connected to ...
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Horizontal Cabling
  • Structured Cabling can be subdivided into basic 6 subsystems and horizontal cabling is one of the subsystem. The cabling which connects Workstations on work area to Patch panel and/or switch on telecommunication enclosure is ...
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Telecommunication Enclosure
  • Like Horizontal Cabling and backbone cabling, Telecommunication enclosure is one of the six subsystems of structured cabing. It is typical components are patch panel and network switch. It is connected to work area using horizontal ...
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Network Switch
  • Various switch types are used for connectvity, some of switch are pre-configured and some needs post configurations, they are typically categorized as unmanaged and managed switch. There are also LAN Switch, POE Switch and Stackable switch ...
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Backbone Cabling
  • Backbone cabing is one of six subsystems of Structured Cabling. Cable connecting telecommunication enclosure to equipment area is refered as backbone cabling. This cabling are typically multi cables and offer high data rates and multiple ...
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Entrance Facility
  • Entrance facility offers connectivity between private network to external Internet Service Provider(ISP), it's located in equipment area. It allows connectivity between gateway router and ISP. The connectvity is typically protected using ...
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Optic Fiber Cabling
  • Cabling and cabling standards allows different type of material used in cabling to meet certain criterias like fire safety, bandwidth, speed, reliability, longevity and advanced performances. Optic fiber cable offers communication over ...
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Network Devices
  • Network switch router and gateway - Network devices play essential role in communication and a right device selection can help you to establish better communication with performance, speed, reliablity, bandwidth and security. Different network ...
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Service Area

We provide service in Brantford, Cambridge, Chatham-Kent, Ingersoll, Kitchener, Leamington, Listowel, London, New Hamburg, Owen Sound, Sarnia, Stratford, St Mary's , St Thomas, Tillsonburg, Tobermory, Turkey Point, Waterloo, Windsor and neighbouring towns. Feel free to reach us for no obligation quotes or any relevant questions.