Voice, Video, & Data Cabling

Let Digicorp help implement quality wiring that will stand the test of time!

Digicorp has been designing and building wiring infrastructure for over 30 years. The systems that run on your network require quality wiring infrastructure that will stand the test of time. With Digicorp’s engineering expertise and experience in providing cabling solutions, you can be confident that your infrastructure will meet the demands of your current needs and future requirements.

Today’s cabling environments require quality engineering design, excellent workmanship, and certified completion. Count on Digicorp as your cabling partner!

 

Why Choose Digicorp?

Our 3 Key Approach

Design

Digicorp employs engineers of many disciplines. Accordingly, our designs will meet your application’s specifications. Whether you have a new facility demanding a wide range of solutions, a new data center, a challenging manufacturing environment, a new VoIP deployment, IP video surveillance, a complex 802.11 wireless environment, a challenging paging application or a simple need for some additional Ethernet drops – Digicorp engineers will make sure that you have the appropriate cabling system.

Implementation

Digicorp employs quality workers, both experienced and trained, to ensure that your project is delivered on time and within budget.

Certification

We are not done until the infrastructure is tagged, toned, labeled and system certified.

Unmatched Quality Resources

Access to 25+ experienced engineers who specialize in computer network infrastructure, telephone systems, and video systems, each averaging 25+ years of experience.

Advanced hardware & software tools to diagnose and resolve the root of a problem.

Professional Execution

  • All cables are tested
  • Cabling floor plan, and all labeled face plates & patch panels are provided
  • Detailed scope of work with defined objective

No Finger Pointing

Our long partnership with industry leader, Commscope, allows us to provide quality cables that support frequency ranges.