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Powering a Future-Ready Network Infrastructure

To paraphrase an old adage in business, what got you here today won’t necessarily get you there tomorrow. This is especially true when it comes to network infrastructure. The cabling and connectivity capabilities that previously powered your business – or your customer’s business – might not meet those needs five years, three years or even one year from now.

With more devices continually being added to networks, and employees needing to be connected whether they’re in the office, at home or on the go, the network infrastructure is now vital to productivity and business continuity. And greater demand for video connectivity and reliable, always-on collaboration tools can stress a network that’s not built to handle that amount of data.

Thanks to a shift to wired and wireless IP-based technologies, installers are seeing opportunities to expand their business into adjacent areas like building systems and other connected technologies. But with these new opportunities come new challenges, like helping customers plan and build a network infrastructure that can support their long-term technology and connectivity needs.

Read the full article online from Installation to learn more.

This article was originally published in June 2024 by Installation. Reprinted with permission of the publisher.

Jay Williams


Jay Williams
Vice President, Global Network Infrastructure Sales. Jay Williams has over 30 years of network infrastructure sales management and business development experience across multiple vertical markets. With deep industry knowledge and a focus on building strong partnerships, Jay helps integrators and end users effectively deploy future-ready network infrastructure solutions around the globe.

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