Our expertise allows us to provide services around all aspects of the project life cycle; from consultation through to delivery. We pride ourselves in being at the forefront of emerging technologies. We have forged alliances with strategic suppliers and integrators enabling us to deliver dependable network infrastructures.
Gould’s provide installation, commissioning, integration and swap-out services for data communication system networks as well as microwave and other wireless technologies. These services can be individually integrated into any network roll-out programme or offered as part of Gould’s turnkey engineering service, providing the customer with complete control over their cash flow and capital investment.
Many customers request point to point links to deliver internet connectivity from a remote location to the site. Connectivity can be permanently installed into a ‘serviced’ building in the local area. Point to point wireless links are a key element of delivering service to remote areas. Each link can be set up in direct point to point (A to B) mode or point to multi points (A to many B’s). Deploying Point to Point links means Gould’s can connect sites many miles apart.
Gould’s has significant experience in deploying Wi-Fi networks to venues, either to provide coverage where none exists or to add to existing systems. Engineers have experience installing networks sympathetically with the building or event.
Weatherproof reliable networks are critical for networks which are going to have to face the elements. Gould’s has selected the best variety of equipment capable of withstanding the worst our weather has to throw at us.
Where at all possible Gould's will install infrastructure sites that are entirely self-sufficient by using a mix of solar and/or wind powered generators. Gould's, as part of the Scot-Tel-Gould partnership, have been deploying self sufficient sites as part of the 380 site network deployed across the Grampian region in Scotland.
Gould's are extremely proud of these self-sufficient sites on the network. The provision of communication services without the need to take energy from a standard service provider makes delivery entirely ‘green’. This is only possible on lightly used sites that are supporting a small number of users but this still represents a significant contribution to the saving of unwanted emissions that are normally associated with the use of electrical power. As well as the benefits of green footprint, reliability is improved as there is no susceptibility to power cuts.
All Gould’s point to point links are surveyed prior to installation using dedicated link projection tools to estimate speeds and optimum installation locations.
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