Whether you are upgrading a sub-standard network, moving to new premises, reconfiguring your existing offices or working on a new development, our cable consultants in Greenwich can help you to create a reliable cost-effective solution.
When choosing a cable consultant for your Greenwich operations, locality is a key factor that needs to be taken into consideration. ACCL’s Head Office is located in Orpington, Kent, a mere stone’s throw away, enabling us to offer a prompt and reliable service.
With over 25 years in the business ACCL have a wealth of knowledge and expertise to assist you with your project. Our consultant team will talk you through all the options without jargon. We can help you to plan for technical developments and provide a flexible installation that will allow you to reconfigure your offices in the future.
Part of the service that we can provide is an initial free of charge 120-minute Cable Health check, which will help to establish what may be causing your system to be slow, where your network is at risk and any health and safety issues with your current network. We can look at voice and data communications and help you to maximise Wi-Fi performance. As 80% of all network problems are cable related this can be a valuable starting place for you whatever your current position is.
So if you are having network problems or need some help and advice, our local cable consultants in Greenwich are on hand to help!
Postcodes we cover within the Greenwich area include: SE2, SE3, SE7, SE8, SE9, SE10, SE12, SE13, SE18, SE28
Greenwich is becoming a Royal Borough in 2012 when Queen Elizabeth II celebrates her Diamond Jubilee. During the same year it will also be a host borough for the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games.
Greenwich is best known for its maritime history and for giving its name to the Greenwich Meridian, which separates east from west in the same way that the equator separates north from south. It is inextricably linked to Greenwich Mean Time and sits at the centre of our system of time zones. The modern Greenwich Meridian based at the Royal Observatory was established by Sir George Airy in 1851. It is marked at night by a laser beam emitted northwards from the observatory. The world’s first weather forecast was issued from the Royal Observatory, Greenwich in 1848 by James Glaisher.
Greenwich Park, enclosed in 1433, is Britain’s oldest such park. It became Royal property in 1427 and was the site for a Royal palace, birthplace of many Tudors including Elizabeth I and Henry VIII.
The Cutty Sark, a clipper ship built in 1869 is preserved in a dry dock by the river. It is one of only three ships in the Core Collection of the National Historic Ships Register (nautical equivalent of Grade 1 listed building) along with HMS Belfast and SS Robin. Badly damaged in 2007, it is being restored and is expected to re-open in 2012.