Twisted Pair Technologies
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Cat5 & Cat6 Cabling
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What’s Wrong With Cheap Cat5e Cable?
24th October 2012
Were seeing increasing use of cable sold as Cat5e which is not made of pure copper. This is Copper Clad Aluminium or CCA. Essentially aluminium, a cheaper metal, plated with cop...
Twisted Pair Technologies Go Green!
15th October 2012
Check out where we've been! The wind farms for RWE Renewable. We were called out to look at a broken fibre optic cable connecting the turbines at a wind farm in South Wales. The...
25 Year Network Guarantee
25th September 2012
We now offer a full manufacture backed 25 Year Guarantee, backed by EuroLAN. Any fixed network copper Cat5e through to Cat7 along with all single and multi mode fibre optic netw...
Security & Data for Cardiff Bay Super Gym
21st August 2012
We have just completed a project for Cardiff's largest Gym! Based in the Red Dragon Centre at the site of the old Evolution nightclub the Vitality 4 Less gym is part of the new...
ANPR for Singleton Hospital
16th August 2012
We have recently completed a make-over of Singleton Hospital's Automatic Number Plate Recognition (ANPR) system. The old ANPR system in place was showing signs of age and ty...
Twisted Pair become Safe Contractor approved
3rd July 2012
We are delighted to announce Twisted Pair Technologies have now completed Safe Contractor accreditation. We are determined to follow and uphold the highest standards set with...
Recent Network & Data Installations
29th May 2012
We've recently completed two network installations for several local companies and thought we'd share some site images from the completed installations. You can click on any of ...
Fibre optic installation allows remote administration
21st May 2012
We've recently been commissioned to install data links to three major production lines at RPC Tedeco. They needed to have remote access to the Cognex quality control cameras sit...
Wifi at Gigabit Speeds, What you need to know about 802.11ac
29th April 2012
Wireless networks are set to make another leap forward in speed with the latest standard, nicknamed GigaWifi or the proper name 802.11ac. This new standard should at minimum...
New Lowest Standard of Installation
5th April 2012
After installing a full Cat5e network for one of our clients we made the mistake of letting the ISP's contractor in unsupervised, to install the ADSL and ISDN mater sockets. ...
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New Wireless Network for Newport’s Hotel 55
Congratulations to our Technical Engineer Adam Smith on receiving the outstanding achievement award from Jobs Growth Wales!
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