Republic Health Insurance Fund, Belgrade
Data, voice and video systems were integrated in a single structural cable system, implemented using Corning FutureCom Cat.6 class E S/FTP 450/23 halogen-free cables. Over 500 kilometers of this cable were used. Each workplace was equipped with double wall-mounted Corning S-250 Cat.6 socket, which enabled communication according to gigabit Ethernet (100 Base TX) and Fast Ethernet (100 Base T) standards, as well as telephone communication, which was also confirmed by the test certification of all lines.
The core of the system is the server room, implemented as a data centre and intended for meeting the requirements of the building itself, as well as for collecting and processing data from the Fund branches throughout Serbia.
Avala TV Tower, Belgrade
The structural cabling was done completely using the cat.6 equipment of Corning Cable Systems, whose distributor and certified installer our company is, with a 25-year warranty for installed systems.
The video surveillance system was implemented using the Axis IP cameras. The cable installation was also done using cat.6 cables of Corning Cable Systems.
Vip Mobile, Kragujevac
Structural cabling in server rooms of the new data centre in Kragujevac according to tier 3 specifications from TIA-942 standard.
Rack mounting and connection using the Corning prefabricated solutions for data centers, for copper and optical fiber cable installation.
Corning Cable Systems Plug & Play Universal System was used, which included: MTP multi-fiber connector, cable trunks, MTP modules and Pretium Connector Housing PCH).
Serbian Healthcare Development Programs
Implementation of optical fiber campus backbone, implementation of local LAN networks in the facilities of the following hospitals and clinical centers in the Republic of Serbia:
Implementation of optical fiber campus backbone, implementation of local LAN networks in the facilities of the following hospitals and clinical centers in the Republic of Serbia: Clinical Hospital Centre Bežanijska Kosa, Clinical Hospital Centre Zemun, Clinical Hospital Centre Zvezdara, Institute for Oncology and Radiology of Serbia, University Children's Hospital, Institute for Orthopedic Surgery Banjica, Institute for Rheumatology, General Hospital Pančevo, General Hospital Sombor, General Hospital Pirot, General Hospital Ćuprija, General Hospital Paraćin, General Hospital Bor, General Hospital Čačak, General Hospital Kruševac, General Hospital Prokuplje, General Hospital Smederevo, General Hospital Subotica, General Hospital Kikinda, Clinical Hospital Centre Dragiša Mišović, Clinical Centre Kragujevac, Clinical Centre of Serbia - GAC, General Hospital Valjevo, General Hospital Jagodina, General Hospital Požarevac, General Hospital Zrenjanin, General Hospital Vrbas, General Hospital Šabac, General Hospital Sremska Mitrovica, General Hospital Leskovac, General Hospital Vranje, General Hospital Zaječar, General Hospital Užice, General Hospital Kraljevo, General Hospital Smederevska Palanka, General Hospital Aleksinac, Institute for Mother and Child Health Care, General Hospital Petrovac na Mlavi, General Hospital Surdulica.
Clinical Centre of Serbia, Belgrade
The campus backbone, i.e. connections between the central hub and distant locations, in charge of servicing a wide range of requirements, such as voice, data and video signal transfer, was implemented using fiber optic cables. Depending on the distance of locations, Corning SMF-28e single-mode optical fiber cable or Corning A-DQ(BN)H 1x8 G50/125 Infinicor 600 multi-mode 8-fibre cable were used.
Local computer network was implemented in over 30 facilities of the CCS according to the structural cabling principles. Each of the local networks was based on Corning cat. 5e FutureCom F/UTP 300/24 1x4P LSOH-3 cables.
Avala Resort & Villas, Budva
The computer and telephone installation was done according to the structural cabling principles.
Corning F/UTP 300/24, 4P, LSOH cat. 5e cables were used while Bticino set sockets were used for slots.
The forming of the central hub for the entire Avala Hotel complex and optical connection with local hubs were done using Corning A-DQ(BN)H 1x8 G50/125 multi-mode 8-fibre optical cable.