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VSAT Satellite Dish Installation

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VSAT satellite dishes can connect your business locations regardless of distance.

VSAT (Very Small Aperture Terminal) is a small fixed dish ranging from 1 to 1.8 meters in diameter and provides a link to a satellite-based communication network. It represents a cost-effective solution for those who want a virtual private network to connect a large number of geographically dispersed sites, especially when local terrestrial infrastructure is unreliable.

Business with more than 5 locations anywhere in the world can be connected using VSAT satellite dishes. Relaying communications via dedicated transmission links, enabling inventory tracking, interoffice e-mail, point-of purchase transactions, real time server queries and many other functions.

Satellite-based network solutions bypass terrestrial last mile gridlock, providing each of your widespread offices – no matter where they’re located, with always-on, high-speed access to all of the bandwidth-intensive content on your corporate intranet. Once you’ve created a virtual private network you can leverage that infrastructure with a wide variety of services. VSAT offers many advantages.

  • Faster Installation – Satellite services are usually activated more quickly than terrestrial fiber. An antenna, modem and satellite circuit can take just a few weeks as opposed to the months often needed for fiber installation. Additional capacity can be obtained just as quickly.
  • Better Network Performance – Satellite connections enhance performance by linking directly to an Internet backbone, bypassing congested terrestrial lines and numerous router hops. Dedicated space segment, local loop circuits and ports into a major Internet backbone mean ISPs do not share infrastructure, another cause of slow or degraded connections over fiber.
  • Lower Network Costs – Satellites allow simultaneous information delivery to wide geographic areas without regard to terrestrial infrastructure or geographic barriers. This results in a pricing structure that is distance insensitive, keeping costs down for international communications.

Icon Group makes VSAT dish installation quick and easy

VSAT dishes are considerably smaller than TVRO dishes and are generally mounted on the roof, or if unavailable, mounted to the side of the building. Some reinforcement may be necessary to keep the dish from vibrating in high winds, which can degrade the signal. An external power supply is required.

  1. Dish Selection– Today’s VSAT dishes provide a variety of services. Most service providers will instruct you on which satellite system to purchase. Icon Group can help you choose your services and provide you with the right equipment.
  2. Site Survey and Selection – Selecting a good site is vital to the performance of a VSAT satellite dish. The site needs a good line-of-site with the satellite that you are planning to use and it needs to be free from terrestrial interference.
  3. Mounting the dish – Check the local zoning laws to see if there are any regulations regarding land use. Are there any limits on dish visibility from the street? Are you in a historic district or on landmark property?

    VSAT dish installation generally goes on the roof. A roof mount is convenient because it doesn’t use any space and is generally out-of-the-way. If the roof cannot support the dish a wall bracket can be installed to attach the dish to the side of the building.

  4. Calibrate the Dish – Once the dish is installed in needs to be focused properly. Calibration will insure strong reception.

Cabling and equipment hookup – You need to run coax cable from the satellite dish outside to the receiver inside. Icon Group has the experience you need when it comes to installing overhead aerial or underground cable. Aerial cabling consists of outdoor rated cable designed to withstand harsh environmental extremes such as temperature changes, and is attached to new or existing telephone poles using galvanized pole attachment hardware. Underground cable is also rated for extreme outdoor conditions and may be buried directly or in some type of metal or polyethylene conduit. Paths for routing underground cable may be bored using directional boring equipment or the cable may be laid into trenches dug using a trench digger. Special attention to small details in these kinds of installations makes the cable less susceptible to being cut by future trade contractors or utility repair technician.

Once inside, Icon Group can drop the cable to any existing facilities. We can then hook up the receiver and incorporate it into your existing video, voice and data networks.

Satellite Dish Installations

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Keep your business communications running at speed of light.

Satellite communications provide always-on internet that delivers data, voice and video faster, more efficiently, more reliably and to more remote places around the globe than ever before. Satellite-based network solutions bypass terrestrial last mile gridlock, providing each of your widespread offices – no matter where they’re located – with always-on, high-speed access to all of the bandwidth-intensive content on your corporate intranet. Once you’ve created a virtual private network you can leverage that infrastructure with a wide variety of services.

Enterprise networking for data, video and audio applications from credit card authorization, online banking and corporate intranet to interactive distance learning, nationwide or worldwide.

Bundled telephony and Internet solutions that converge voice, data and the Web for corporate, government and public telephony – private telephone networks, rural call offices and remote business and home phone, fax and Internet connections that bridge the digital divide.

Internet access and broadband IP, with high-speed, always-on interactive connectivity for Internet-based unicast, multicast and interactive content delivery applications anytime, anywhere.

Space segment for your point-to-point links, Solutions for quick GSM back haul provisioning, Video and Audio for TV, radio and special events etc.

Military communications Solutions, for discreet and secure communication requirements for HQ and field operations, Communications on the move, quick deploy etc.

It’s easier than ever to get started with satellite communications. As experienced professionals we can guide you through the process and install all the necessary equipment, starting with the satellite dish.

The right dish for you will depend on the services you want.

Some satellite equipment is proprietary for the service provider you choose to subscribe to. You will have to buy the equipment that they require. There are three basic sizes of satellite dishes and their size determines which signals they can receive.

  • TVRO (Television Receive Only) are the largest satellite dishes, generally 2-3 meters across. They can move in order to pick up different satellites and different programming. TVRO dishes pick up C-band microwave transmissions that are generally television programs.

    They are often used as a SMATV that feeds into a head-end for distribution. Businesses, campus, apartments can use a TVRO dish to receive a variety of programming and then send it to different parts of their video distribution network. Do to their size and weight, installation generally requires some construction to properly anchor the dish. They can be mounted on the roof of a large building or on the ground.

  • VSAT (Very Small Aperture Terminal) dishes range from 1.2 to 3.8 meters in diameter. They can be smaller than TVRO dishes because they receive a more powerful signal in the KU band. New VSAT dishes can also receive the Ka band, which is even more powerful than the Ku band.

Satellite dishes large than 3.8 meters, suitable for large operators for both large links and also special purpose links like inclined orbit. Dish sizes from 3.7 meter to 13 meter with auto tracking.

VSAT are used for two-way communications of video, voice, and data for business applications. Satellite internet, virtual private networks, IP multicast, and Voice-over-IP are all done with VSAT. Do to its smaller size VSAT dishes are much easier to install and require little or no construction. They can be mounted on the roof or even the side of a building.

  • DBS (Direct Broadcast System) dishes are the smallest dishes, generally 18″ – 36″ across. Medium and high-powered satellites operating in the microwave Ku band broadcast DBS. These high-powered, high frequency satellites make it possible for the signals to be picked up on a small dish.

    The most common use of DBS systems is residential satellite TV. Digital compression makes it possible to have many channels on a single satellite. The current major DBS systems that are operating in the USA are DIRECTV and DISH Network. Some business services are provided by DBS satellite systems including Hughes’s DirecWay system. Installation is very easy. Due to its size and weight the dish can be installed almost anywhere it can see the satellite, including roofs, walls, and fences.

Icon Group Installation Services can take care of each step, from providing the right equipment to quality installations.

Satellite dish installation is only part of what we do. We’ll take you through the planning, purchasing, and installation of your new satellite dish.

  1. Choose your Services – Most VSAT and all DBS systems are proprietary to the service provider. You’ll need to decide first which services you want and which provider you’ll subscribe to. They will tell you or sell you the proper equipment to receive their broadcast.

    TVRO programming is more independent. There is a great deal of free programming and you may switch satellites to receive different pay programming from different providers. The size of your TVRO dish will determine to some extent which satellites you can receive. We can determine the size of the dish necessary for your location.
  2. Choose the Dish and Receiver – Once you’re chosen the services you want, Icon Group can help you choose the equipment you’ll need. From dish to receiver we can make sure everything works together. There are 3 basic components to a satellite system.
    1. Satellite Dish – consists of a mounting foot, support arm and the actual dish.
    2. LNB (Low Noise Block) is the part that sits on the support arm above the center of the dish. This is what actually collect the signal and sends it through the coax cable to the receiver.
    3. Receiver – This is the brains of the operation. This box converts the digital signal and relays it to your television, phone system, or data network.
  3. Site Survey and Installation – Proper placement is essential to getting a good signal. A site survey locates sources of interference and helps to decide on the best location for the dish. If any reinforcement of the site is necessary, we’ll take care of it. After the dish is installed, we’ll calibrate the dish for optimum signal capture.
  4. Cabling and Network Integration – Connecting the satellite to the receiver is only part of what we do. We can help you integrate the dish into your existing network or design a network from the ground up.

Icon Group can offer nationwide professional installation. We can manage all aspects of your installation, inside and out. To further discuss your project requirements, call us at +256 312 104719

GSM and Tower Works

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Installation and Integration:

Whether you have green field deployment of a new network or network expansion, or you require hot-swap of existing hardware with minimal down-time, Icon Group Ltd (IGL) will meet your expectations on time and on budget. Our experienced project managers understand the importance of a single point of accountability, and focus on coordinating resources to make sure timelines are met.

We are committed to supporting rapid deployment of enhanced technical staff. To support your deployment, we will supply your operation with the expertise to make your next expansion or turnkey project a complete success. The end result of a partnership with IGL will be benefits including reduced time to revenue, higher network capacity, fewer dropped calls and better call quality.

Included in our portfolio of network services are the following:

  • Installation
  • Repair
  • Integration
  • Optimization
  • Maintenance
  • Site Selection
  • Site Survey
  • Equipment Removal / Redeployment

These services will enhance every element of your network, from Towers, microwave transmission, to antennas, BTS, and BSC. Our goal is one solution – to create a comprehensive service package, which will meet and exceed your expectations.

The extensive experience and expertise that IGL and our partners have gained in planning, deploying and maintaining networks, ensures the rapid rollout of highly optimized networks. We are available to consult with your team and better understand your needs.

Audio Cabling

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Icon Group addresses every aspect of audio-visual communication and systems integration, from the purchase and installation of AV equipment and associated cabling, to the implementation of network connectivity and programming.

  • Paging & Background Music Systems – Paging systems provide a quick and easy way to locate or access personnel in a building regardless of its size. Amplifiers located in a wiring closet are accessed through the building phone system and provide speech output to speakers on a zone basis. Zones can be established within a building based on departments or other logical areas of a building. Speakers can be volume controlled on a group or individual basis. The primary benefit of a paging system is the rapid communication of important information to personnel. The same systems can supply background music for customers and employees.
  • Nurse Patient Communication Systems – Nurse-patient call systems and communications systems that are dependable and cost effective for hospitals and extended care facilities.
  • Intercommunication Systems – Intercom systems are common for K-12 schools, offices, and warehouse environments. They can be used for daily announcements, audio programming, and emergency broadcasting. Call-in buttons are often used in a security system to authorize entry through secure entrances and gates.
  • Emergency Audio Evacuation Systems – Employee safety in the work place is becoming increasingly more important each year. Local municipalities have adopted national electrical, fire, and life safety codes that impose safety standards. Audio systems that comply with these stringent codes are used for primary notification of personnel during an emergency evacuation.
  • Professional Audio Systems – Professional sound systems, including the design and installation of amplification and sound reinforcement systems for bars, theaters, auditoriums, schools and stadiums.

Icon Group provides a complete solution.

We can work with your architect / engineer to design a complete audio solution for your facilities. To further discuss your project requirements, call us at +256 312 104719 or email us at info@mandm.ug

Fiber Optic Cabling

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Fiber optic cable represents the pinnacle of high-speed data communication mediums.

Today’s low-loss glass fiber optic cable offers almost unlimited bandwidth and unique advantages over all previously developed transmission media.

Fiber optic transmission systems offer a wide range of benefits not offered by traditional copper wire or coaxial cable. These include:

  • Higher Capacity – The ability to carry much more information and deliver it with greater fidelity than either copper wire or coaxial cable.
  • Faster than Copper – Fiber optic cable can support much higher data rates, and at greater distances, than coaxial cable, making it ideal for transmission of serial digital data.
  • Immune to Standard Interference – The fiber is totally immune to virtually all kinds of interference, including lightning, and will not conduct electricity. It can therefore come in direct contact with high voltage electrical equipment and power lines. It also does not create ground loops of any kind.
  • Corrosion Resistant – As the basic fiber is made of glass, it will not corrode and is unaffected by most chemicals. It can be buried directly in most kinds of soil or exposed to most corrosive atmospheres in chemical plants without significant concern.
  • Perfect for Hazardous Areas – Since the only carrier in the fiber is light, there is no possibility of a spark from a broken fiber. Even in the most explosive of atmospheres, there is no fire hazard, and no danger of electrical shock to personnel repairing broken fibers.
  • Unaffected by Weather – Fiber optic cables are virtually unaffected by outdoor atmospheric conditions, allowing them to be lashed directly to telephone poles or existing electrical cables without concern for extraneous signal pickup.
  • Smaller Cable – A fiber optic cable, even one that contains many fibers, is usually much smaller and lighter in weight than a wire or coaxial cable with similar information carrying capacity. It is easier to handle and install, and uses less duct space. (It can frequently be installed without ducts.)
  • Secure – Fiber optic cable is ideal for secure communications systems because it is very difficult to tap but very easy to monitor. In addition, there is absolutely no electrical radiation from a fiber.

Icon Group can provide fiber optic cabling

Whether you’re looking for multimode or single mode fiber, Icon Group has fiber solutions to meet the demands of small, medium and large size businesses. From 2 strands to 1000 strands we can accommodate your needs.

Telephone Cabling

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Your telephone system is your connection to the outside world.

Your telephone system is the focal point of all businesses, creating a first and lasting impression on callers. Your facility’s ability to process calls and information quickly, accurately and with confidence is vital to your overall success. You can now leverage your data network infrastructure to deliver your telephone services. By upgrading your current phone lines to Cat 5 or Cat 6 you get all the features of voice over IP.

Voice Over IP

Voice over IP (VoIP) telephone systems use the existing local area network cabling infrastructure and electronics to deliver voice traffic in place of a conventional phone system. VoIP phone systems are not dependent on network servers and deliver voice services through independently generated IP packets that are sent over your network and are treated by the network electronics like any other traffic. These systems are feature rich and greatly reduce the cabling and maintenance burden for administrators. VoIP is often referred to as network or LAN telephony.

VoIP systems consist of a processor chassis which is usually about the size of a small laser jet printer, handsets which look and operate like conventional business telephones, and the network electronics which include devices like hubs and switches.

The processor connects to the public telephone system lines via standard cross-connect hardware and to your network using standard Ethernet ports. The handsets connect to any hub or switch ports in your Ethernet network.

Key advantages of VoIP systems:

  • Voicemail, call accounting, and web-enabled administration means easy, feature-rich phone service
  • Works with as few as 3 phones, and as many as hundreds. This means that you can scale the system to your exact needs.
  • FAX services, E-Mail, Music/Promotions on Hold, Text to Speech and Speech Recognition are just some of the capabilities offered. Match the system to your needs.
  • May be integrated with popular software like MS Outlook and ACT! Database providing greater productivity.

You can further leverage the advantages by connecting voice through your other communication facilities. You can treat voice data like other traffic on your data network and send phone calls over the internet. Large companies can use frame relay to save costs.

Network Cabling

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Your network cabling system is the single most important part of a network system.

Data networks are being asked to do more than ever before. As technology continues to evolve, the corporate network must support voice, data, video and multimedia applications. The growing size of networks and the introduction of higher-speed access methods create an overwhelming need for reliable, manageable cabling systems. Careful planning will prevent congestion that can dramatically diminish your network performance.

Icon Group installs Local Area Networks and is experienced and certified in several media including Fiber Optics and Category 5e. We provide the tools and equipment necessary to test and certify our installations. We do:

  • LAN/WAN Design – Whether your project is a new network, an upgrade or an expansion, certified network architects will create a plan that includes both logical and physical designs.
  • Data Cabling – We offer professional installation of Cat 3 (Voice), Cat 5/5e (Data or Voice), and Cat 6 1 (Data or Voice) PVC and Plenum cabling, racks, patch panels, phone blocks and other related items.
  • Hardware installation – We can install all the necessary hardware to update or extend your current network including the configuration of hubs, router, and firewalls.
  • Migration – Whether you need to move to a new building, or simply move a computer from one office to the next, Icon Group can help.
  • Network Setup – We offer complete installation of your Local Area Network, servers, network hubs, routing and complete network design.
  • Maintenance – We will be there for all your adds, moves and changes. Whether it’s for installing a cable, moving a department, or installing cross connects and whether you need us once a month, once a week, Icon Group will deliver.

Icon Group can create the cabling infrastructure to keep your data networks running at their peak.

We have highly skilled cabling technicians on staff that can take you and your business from beginning to end with networking your computer system.

  • Initial Site Survey – The ideal situation is for one of our cabling engineers to be part of your planning process. He is available to discuss your plans before you hit the drawing table and can assess your business needs and make preliminary recommendations.
  • Planning & Design – Just as locating where outlets and wiring are installed determines where lights can go in a room, positioning your data and voice cabling runs makes all the difference in accessibility and convenience to your computer systems. When blueprints are created, the electrician designates where outlets will be, the plumber marks where the input and output of water will be – it’s the same for data cabling. Getting data and voice cabling in before walls are finished is critical to cost efficiencies when building, renovating or adding on to office workspaces.
  • Installation – Mishandled cable or cable not installed by a certified technician means headaches for you. Many factors go into the configuration of your hardware and software to enable you to benefit from “plug ‘n’ play” technologies. Our technicians have been trained following stringent installation methods and practices that have been set by the telecommunications wiring industry. This attention to proper methods and procedures ensures that your data cabling has been handled appropriately and is installed to run efficiently & effectively.
  • Identification – Schematic drawings can streamline the process of pinpointing technical glitches in your network. Our technicians and engineers can provide you with dimensional drawings and identification of all the components to your network.
  • Certification – The right materials and correct installation practices for today’s leading edge connectivity is an investment not to be taken lightly and can make all the difference in the efficiency of your information systems. Certification means that your network will perform at optimum capacity because cabling industry standards were followed.

Structured Cabling

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No matter how your network grows throughout its life span, a structured cabling system that is flexible and reliable will adapt to meet new demands.

Today’s businesses require advanced information technology to maintain a competitive advantage. As technology continues to evolve, the corporate network must support voice, data, video and multimedia applications. The growing size of networks and the introduction of higher-speed access methods create an overwhelming need for reliable, manageable cabling systems. Careful planning will prevent congestion that can dramatically diminish your network performance. At the same time, a successful enterprise demands flexibility to meet the constant change of personnel and equipment.

Designed to accommodate frequent moves, adds and changes, a structured cabling system is the foundation of the modern information network. Through all the changes and challenges that confront your business, a structured cabling system can alleviate the workflow disruption and network downtime associated with office restructuring. No other component in your network has a longer life cycle or requires such close consideration.

A structured cabling system provides a universal platform upon which an overall information system’s strategy is built. With a flexible cabling infrastructure, a structured cabling system can support multiple voice, data, video and multimedia systems regardless of their manufacturer. A well-designed cabling plant may include several independent cabling solutions of different media types, installed at each workstation to support multiple system performance requirements.

  • Copper Solutions – The Enhanced Cat 5 (Cat 5e) solutions ensure your cabling system’s ability to support the application performance you expect. Icon Group can provide a Cat 5e, or a Cat 6 (draft), solution that will exceed TIA Cat 5e performance requirements and give your network an edge today and tomorrow. The structured cabling market always moves at incredible speeds, introducing new designs and emerging standards before the old are ones obsolete. Icon Group partners with leading edge manufacturers to offer solutions that will grow with your business while future-proofing your cabling infrastructure.
  • Fiber Optic Solutions – For maximum versatility and durability, a fiber optic cabling solution can be implemented into your network. Fiber offers speed and reliability from the building entrance to the desktop, whether it is in the office or on the factory floor. Fiber cable also provides greater bandwidth and longer transmission distances while improving the overall efficiency of your network. A fiber optic solution in your building or campus environment provides a secure link for your multiple application network.
  • Low-voltage Cabling – Structured cabling isn’t limited to data and voice networks. It can include music and paging systems, CCTV and security systems, fire alarms, and access control.

Structured Cabling will prepare you for tomorrow

The structured cabling infrastructure is design to be relatively independant of the voice/video/data network that uses it, so that either can be updated with a minimum of rework to the cable plant.

As an investment, structured cabling provides exceptional returns. A structured cabling system will outlive all other networking components. It requires minimal upgrades–and ultimately saves your business both time and money. While you pay a little more up-front for the extra cabling, you save tremendously by foregoing the labor cost of pulling addition wire.

Structured cabling has a number of advantages.

  • Consistency – An SCS means the same cables exist everywhere in the building. You’ll know what to expect instead of encountering layers of old cabling with unknown destinations.
  • Support for multi-vendor equipment – A standards-based cable plant will support your applications and hardware even after you change or mix & match vendors. Upgrading will be highly simplified.
  • Simplify moves/adds/changes – People and equipment are constantly moving locations. With structured cabling the network resources are always there and ready to go. There’s no waiting for someone to make a drop in a new room.
  • Simplify troubleshooting – Even cables that were installed correctly can fail — and they do. With a structured wiring system, problems are easier to isolate, easier to fix and less likely to down the entire network.
  • Support for future applications – If you install a Cat 5, or even Cat 6 compliant system, your cable plant will support future applications with little if any system upgrades.

Icon Group can plan and install a structured cabling system that will grow with your company for many years.

Choosing the right cabling system is critical for performance as well as reliability. We can work with you to design a structured cabling system that will accommodate all your low-voltage cabling, include network, video, and voice.

Cabling

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No single investment in technology will last longer than your cabling system.

Today’s businesses require advanced information technology to maintain a competitive advantage. As technology continues to evolve, the corporate network must support voice, data, video and multimedia applications. The growing size of networks and the introduction of higher-speed access methods create an overwhelming need for reliable, manageable cabling systems. Careful planning will prevent congestion that can dramatically diminish your network performance.

Icon Group can design and work with cabling systems, which may include several independent cabling solutions of different media types. We are experienced with all copper cabling including coax, Cat 3, 5, and 6, fiber optic, and many other low-voltage cabling for audio, security, and access control systems. Ultimately, your network’s specific requirements will determine the appropriate cabling choices for your information system.

  • Horizontal and Backbone Cabling Pathways Systems – these systems consist of structures such as cable trays and j-hooks to conceal, protect, support and provide access to your cabling infrastructure.
  • Backbone Distribution Systems – these systems consist of fiber and copper cabling and provide connections between your equipment rooms (ER’s), telecommunications rooms (TR’s) and telecommunications service entrance facilities. We can install these systems within your buildings and in your campus environment.
  • Horizontal Cabling Systems – these systems consist of category 3, category 5e, category 6, fiber optic cabling and termination products installed between the telecommunications rooms (TR’s) and the work areas.
  • Telecommunications and Equipment Rooms – these rooms provide connections between your Backbone and Horizontal systems and connections to your network and telephone equipment.
  • Fire Stopping – we install fire stopping to reestablish the integrity of fire-rated structures when cable, cable trays, cable sleeves, conduit and inner ducts penetrate these barriers.
  • Grounding and Bonding Systems – these systems consist of bonding and grounding specifically for telecommunications systems between telecommunications rooms, and for the components within telecommunications rooms.
  • Request for Proposal (RFP) Services – design and develop an RFP for your cabling system
  • Assistance with developing budgets and designs for voice, data, and video projects.
  • Audit of existing data, voice, and video cable infrastructure
  • Drawings of equipment rack layouts and wall field designs

Icon Group provides more than Cabling

Icon Group provides complete solutions, from system planning, to purchasing, to installation and integration with your current systems. Give us a call and we’ll help you plan your next upgrade.

  • Equipment Sales – In our fifteen years of low-voltage cabling we’ve worked on and installed a wide variety of systems. We can advise you on the best equipment for your situation and purchase it for you through our vendors. This way you’ll know that everything works together because we’re installing it for you. We can help with phone systems, data network hardware, and audio and video equipment.
  • Hardware installation – We’ve installed a wide variety of systems including fire alarms, security, access control, music and paging – just about any low-voltage equipment you can think of.
  • Wire and Equipment Migration – whether you need to move your network to a new location, or move a computer to another office, we can help.
  • Rack and Wiring Cleanup – As businesses grow they sometimes outgrow their cabling systems. Those jury-rigged cables may have been a great solution at the time, but now no one knows where they’re going. We can come in, figure out what goes where, organize or install new wiring cabinets, and prepare you for future growth.

Network Setup – Icon Group is experienced setting up a wide variety of network structures. If you need a complete network, or simply want to extend your current capabilities, Icon Group can help.