In today's rapidly growing and changing data center environment the ability to obtain professional, on-site support to augment your IT staff can be the difference maker in your speed to market and service of your customers. US NET has BICSI and manufacturer certified technicians available to become an extension of your team in installations, expansions, patching and troubleshooting your network infrastructure.
US NET provides Smart Hands, on-site support through our technical workforce to a variety of customers. The ability for a customer to manage their physical infrastructure remotely can save significant time and money by reducing travel and on-site time of your IT resources. US NET's smart hands support provides the people and the test equipment for you to execute your moves, adds, changes and troubleshooting from your office, enabling you to have full access to your network and data as we work together to meet your customers ' (internal or external) needs.
Cable patching is a routine occurrence in any IT network or data center, frequently executed by IT personnel rather than cabling technicians. Unfortunately, this regularly results in undocumented and less than optimal cable patching and dressing in the cabinets and racks, which makes the next move or change that much more difficult to implement.
US NET's smart hands technicians provide you with trained and experienced personnel who will execute your patching orders accurately and neatly, providing you a clean, orderly cabinet even as you continue to grow the devices and cabling within it. US NET also meets a growing need in the industry for "closet clean-ups". This is the work of coming into an existing IT closet or data center and mapping, re-dressing and even re-cabling or re-terminating cabling to provide a clean, orderly cabling layout. This is a growing need because so many IT networks have grown so rapidly that the time was not available to manage that growth in an orderly fashion, resulting in the commonly seen mass of cables tangled across the back of a network cabinet. US NET's smart hands team