HYBRID AIR VEHICLES
Design consultancy and installation of core networking equipment for US Army contractor and innovative hybrid vehicle manufacturer / designer.
“Due to the robust communications cabinet that DWM installed,
Hybrid Air now have a future proof wired infrastructure platform
which is able to provide accessibility for any up and coming technologies“
Hybrid Air Vehicles were expanding which indicated a need to relocate. Hybrid Air Vehicles therefore moved from their existing site at the Cardington Hangars in Bedford to their new offices in Ampthill Road, Bedford. The new office needed to be re-cabled to support a more forward thinking and future proof cabling platform. There was a short lead time which necessitated a quick turnaround on any quotes received and the resultant work. Two new Communications Cabinets also needed to be designed and implemented to provide both initial and expected port density requirements in line with the a re-designed network infrastructure.
DWM were required to establish 2 new communications cabinets within the main server room, located on the third floor. This is to provide capacity for the existing server, switching hardware and new/existing data cabling. The new communications cabinets provide suitable housing for the proposed new and existing Cat5e master end presentation, fibre, voice, management & switching.
The design team at DWM laid out our services within the designated space in accordance to the clients preference. The engineering teams then put this into action with a variety of accessories to support the installation. The server room was designed to be accessible and easy to use. A new communications cab was essential to the new office as this acted as the portal and hub of all IP communication – integral to an ever growing organisation which relied massively on quick data access. CAT6a cabling was installed throughout, which provided the most future proof wired infrastructure platform, able to provide increased PoE supply for new technologies and providing high bandwidth