These solutions and services are designed to eliminate your company's risk in planning, designing, configuring, installing or maintaining your network.
We eliminate the risk by providing qualified and experienced specialists to assist you in implementing all of the components and technologies that compose your network.
To keep your network running efficiently, AAC
recommends cable plant testing and certification.

AAC has the diagnostic equipment for troubleshooting
network problems.
 
AAC offers each of it's clients a maintenance services
package.

This package provides clients with easy to use,
easy to access, fixed fee network and cabling support.
 
This coverage supplies flexible support for undefined or unknown requirements at a rate discounted from our
T&M rates.

This flexibility allows you and your technician to perform whatever type of maintenance your network needs
at a discounted flat hourly rate.
 
   
 
All maintenance packages include:

- Cabling System Diagnose and Repair
- 4 Hour On Site Response
- Next Business Day On Site Response
 
Block Time Coverage includes:

- On Site Coverage (1 Hour Minimum Per Visit)
- Priority Service Over T&M Customers
- Discounted Labor Rate
Increasingly sophisticated computing equipment and software is totally dependant on
the integrity and reliability of the cabling system.

Modern buildings require an effective telecommunications infrastructure to support the
wide variety of services that rely on the electronic transportation of information. This
infrastructure can be thought of as the collection of the following components: Cable
Pathways, Grounding, Wiring and Termination Hardware that supports the distribution
of all information within a Local Area Network (LAN).

A structured cabling system for supporting voice traffic utilizes a Uniform Service
Order Code (USOC) wiring scheme. Our preferred media used for connectivity is
Category 3, 4 pair cable that exceeds industry standards for the voice traffic.
Transmission characteristics are specified up to 16 Megahertz.

A structured cabling system for supporting data traffic utilizes a 568B-wiring scheme
defined under the Telecommunications Standards 568A. The industry standard for
connectivity is Category 5, 4 pair cable with transmission characteristics that are
specified up to 100 Megahertz. This is typically used for data transmission rates up to
100Mbps. Mbps = Megabits (millions of bits) per second. Our preferred media used for
connectivity is Enhanced Category 5, 4 pair cable that exceeds industry standards for
data traffic. Transmission characteristics are specified up to 350 Megahertz.
APPLICATIONS
   
- Voice and Data
- Fiber Optic Backbone
- Voice Riser
- Video and CCTV
- Underground
INFRASTRUCTURE
 
Infrastructure can be thought of as the collection of the following components:
- Support System
- Pathways
- Media
- Hardware
- Grounding