Even with significant advances in wireless technology, wired networks continue to be the primary part of any event on-site network. Etherlive engineers have experience in installing temporary fibre and copper networks across large sites.
Many event networks use cabling where it is appropriate as the backbone of the network. The cable may be installed, either behind the scenes or underground when working outside, before the event begins. By having the cable backbones in place, site networks can be quickly set-up and the risk of any issues later during the build are significantly reduced.
When designing event networks Etherlive engineers work with customers to identify critical systems. This might include systems such as payment transactions, ticketing or streaming. These systems are then specifically cabled back to the core network to ensure continued operation whatever happens.
Etherlive deploys the most appropriate cabling solution for the events requirements and budget, ranging from 100Mbps CAT6 to 10Gbps fibre.