Structured Cabling & Connectivity
Structured cabling systems serve as the critical foundation for communication networks, providing an infrastructure that is designed to support today’s requirements while planning for future growth, expansion, and new tech. Connectivity Point is certified in several structured cabling solutions.
Copper Wire Service
Copper wiring has long been a trusted option for electrical and technological infrastructure. Connectivity Point designs and installs systems using numerous categories of copper wiring, providing clients with reliable, durable systems that meet their unique networking needs.Learn More Contact Us
Fiber Optics Service
Connectivity Point specializes in the installation, termination, and testing of fiber optic cabling. Whether it’s plug and play systems, blown in fiber, or passive optical networks, our trained and certified fiber optic technicians will ensure your system is up to needed performance standards.Learn More Contact Us
Modern operations require reliable wifi systems. We design and install wireless infrastructure, using up-to-date technology and creative solutions to keep you online and running at the speed you need to be at. Whether a small office or an extensive campus, Connectivity Point can create an effective wireless infrastructure for your needs.Learn More Contact Us
Brandeis University / Wireless (WiFi)
WALTHAM, MASSACHUSETTS Brandeis University, located in Waltham, Massachusetts, covers 235 acres and is comprised of more than 100 buildings. It has an enrollment of over 3,500 students with each bringing an average of 3.4 wireless devices to school, so Brandeis embarked on a three year project to install wireless connectivity throughout the campus. Brandeis chose […]Read More
Bowdoin College / Network Cabling
BOWDOIN, MAINE Connectivity Point (CPDI) has worked with Bowdoin College for more than 15 years, installing miles of low-voltage cabling, security systems and audio/visual equipment. Founded in 1794, Bowdoin College is a private liberal arts college located in Brunswick, Maine. Their mission is to help students develop social and leadership abilities through an intense education […]Read More
BerryDunn / Multi-Discipline
PORTLAND, MAINE Connectivity Point (CPDI) designed and installed new network cabling, audio/visual equipment, sound masking, and security systems for the new BerryDunn Congress Street building in Portland, Maine. Throughout the project, CPDI had 30 technicians to support the various trades, and 10 Project Managers, Engineers & Estimators involved. CPDI installed over 600 cable runs to […]Read More
National Retailer / Data Center Cabling
Over 340,000 ft. of Category 6 cable (more than 65 miles!) and almost 10,000 terminations was what it took to install the cabinet-to-cabinet connectivity in two data centers for a well known national retailer. After a rigorous selection process Connectivity Point was chosen to design and install the structured cabling infrastructure within these two data […]Read More
Boston Properties / Network Cabling
BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS Connectivity Point Design & Installation (CPDI) recently completed installation of LAN, CATV, and wireless network cabling in a new, multi-use building in Boston’s South End. Located at 600 Harrison Avenue, the 6-story building contains approximately 193,000 sq. ft. of retail and residential space, plus 3 levels of underground parking. The building includes “green” […]Read More
IDEXX / Network Cabling
WANSTEAD, U.K. Connectivity Point Design & Installation (CPDI) was a key player in the successful implementation of structured cabling and “rack and stack” services for a new test processing lab in Wanstead, U.K. The project consisted of completing a site survey of the existing environment to determine cabling requirements and then adding new technology outlet […]Read More
Alene Candles / Wireless (WiFi)
MILFORD, NEW HAMPSHIRE Alene Candles selected Connectivity Point Design & Installation (CPDI) to provide and install a Meru Networks (now Fortinet) wireless network throughout their state-of-the-art, customized production and warehouse facilities. Founded in 1995, in Milford, New Hampshire, Alene develops, designs and creates candles for some of the world’s most recognized retail, boutique, and cosmetic […]Read More
Amica Mutual Insurance / Multi-Discipline
Lincoln, RHODE ISLAND Amica Insurance, based in Lincoln, Rhode Island, has named Connectivity Point (CPDI) as their nationwide, preferred installer for network cabling, sound masking, audio/visual equipment and security systems. Amica is not only known as the oldest mutual insurer of automobiles in the United States; the company is also known in the insurance industry […]Read More
Connectivity Point designs and installs technology infrastructure, including data cabling (or structured cabling), audio/visual equipment, security solutions, telephone systems, sound masking, cellular amplification, and wireless networks.
Connectivity Point specializes in the design and installation of infrastructure data, voice, video, wireless, and control applications, including network cabling (also referred to as data cabling or structured cabling), audio/visual equipment, security solutions, telephone systems, sound masking, cellular amplification, and wireless networks.
Connectivity Point specializes in the installation, termination, and testing of fiber optic cabling. Whether it’s plug and play systems, blown in fiber, or passive optical networks, Connectivity Point knows the ins and outs. We have Fluke DTX 5000 & 8000 testers, Fujikura 70s fusion splicer, and Fluke OTDR. Connectivity Point trained and certified fiber optic technicians test all fiber and cables to the applicable performance standards and test results are provided in a digital format suitable for printing.
Certified cable installers are trained according to the latest, most relevant industry technology and standards-and they’re kept up to speed on changes and new technology through re-certification processes. A certified data cabling installer will offer product warranties on the equipment they install. There is a lower likelihood of human error when technicians are trained and certified on the products they are installing. A certified data cabling installer can offer faster installation time and better quality installation.
Data cabling is needed if you need to connect end point devices (computers, laptops, phones, and printers) to each other and/or to the Internet.
Low-voltage data cabling (or structured cabling) is used for transport of communications. Standard wiring is used to provide power.
Data cabling (or structured cabling) involves the design and installation of a cabling system that will support multiple uses (i.e., data, voice, video, wireless, controls). The system is designed to support today’s technology requirements while planning for future growth, expansion, and new tech.
Standard electrical wiring for home use comes in an insulated sleeve and consists of three wires- black (hot), white (neutral), and bare copper (ground). The black wire carries the electrical current and is therefore commonly known as the “hot” wire.