BTS Advanced Communications is your Kansas small business communications provider that understands the need for smaller companies to stay competitive in a big way. BTS first established itself approximately two decades ago as Benson Tel Service of Partridge, KS and has been making headway as a Kansas small business communications provider ever since. It takes time and energy for any business to establish itself and BTS has done just that by adhering to a standard of excellence and providing outstanding customer service to clients all over central Kansas.
In keeping with their aim of providing excellent service as a Kansas small business communications provider, BTS knows that a reliable network infrastructure is the backbone of any network system. Therefore, they never shortchange their customers with low quality cabling and wire products. All wire and cable is tested using Fluke Networks DTX-1800, the absolute best cable analyzer in production. All this is done so that customers have the benefit of knowing that the job will be done right the first time.
Life may be a little less rushed out in the plains of central Kansas but there is still a dependence on technology that can keep up with the rest of the world. And for that, BTS Advanced Communications looks forward to being your Kansas small business Information Transport provider.
BTS offers two options for installation; a two Year contract with no installation fee, or no contract with a one time installation charge of $150.00, plus sales tax. BTS will retain ownership of the equipment installed and provide Free replacement if the equipment is faulty or is struck by lightning. Please refer to our service agreement for additional details.
A BTS installer will mount the antenna on the outside of the home aligning to one of the line of site towers, and a single category outdoor rated 5E cable will be ran between the radio and computer or router. When installation is completed you will be surfing the Internet.
Residential 6Mbps Service
Residential 10Mbps Service
Residential Broadband up to 20Mbps
New packages in select areas, speeds ranging from, 6.0 mbps to 20mbps downloads. Contact us today for package pricing and current serviced areas.
Information Transport Systems
Determining the cabling for network systems can rely on a number of factors but there are four that rank at the very top of the list. The first is your existing bandwidth needs; the second, your network environment; third, your anticipated bandwidth and fourth, your budget. Answering each factor thoroughly (rather than relying on an “educated guesstimate”) will keep your business from experiencing an installation nightmare.
Bandwidth requirements can vary based on the size of the network. Obviously, a dozen or so workstations will require a lower bandwidth than a network needing to support a hundred or more. But it’s not only that. Be sure to account for the type and volume of data your network will be supporting. For instance, will your company be doing a lot of graphic design or video editing–or simple document work? Do not forget to factor in the future expansion of your business as this will determine your bandwidth needs as well. It is always cheaper to modify or upgrade cabling for network systems than it is to replace it once it no longer meets the demands of your company.
Cabling for network systems needs to be compatible with the network environment it will be installed in. Though the choice is usually between copper and fiber optic cabling, there are certain environments where one choice is better than the other. Sometimes, fiber optic cabling just won’t work for some networks. Likewise, there are environments where copper cabling is not the best idea.
Budgeting for cabling for network systems has no magic number to go with it; however, the old adage “you get what you pay for” needs to ring loud and clear. Though it is smart to get several quotes, this is simply one area where you do not want to skimp and go with the lowest possible bidder. You want a knowledgeable and experienced data and cabling contractor who knows everything there is to know about cabling for network systems and who will do everything right the first time.