Automotive manufacturer infrastructure upgrade

23 July 2020

DACC Europe is a well-established structured cable and infrastructure provider established in 1996 in Docklands, London, enjoying year on year growth and being fully independent.

It has successfully managed projects from the relocation of an investment banks’ office in Paris to the design and installation of a complex 30,000 port structured cabling system within a large data centre.

Expertise comes from an experienced team and fully qualified installation engineers with real delivery expertise and commercial acumen. 

A global provider of cabling infrastructure and network technology, DACC Europe claims to be the preferred supplier to many blue chip organisations. Our solutions are innovative, transparent and underpinned by digital platforms across a multitude of sectors. 

DACC Europe says it’s committed to excellence business is based on providing the highest quality service and stress free solutions. “We have the experience, expertise and ability to meet the most challenging demands,” it boasts on its website. 

The client in question is a global automotive manufacturer and DACC Europe has delivered over 200 projects for this client across the UK. The remit for this project was to upgrade the existing structured cabling to a new Category 6a shielded solution through existing offices and manufacturing/plant areas whilst these areas were occupied. 

In addition, the project included the survey/design and planning of each occupied area along with the upgrade of the client’s wireless access points. All work was completed at night so not to disturb the occupants of the building. 

DACC Europe provided a proactive approach whilst working on the project to overcome the challenges of working in a live environment and with no interruption to any users on the internal network. With the challenges associated with working in a live office/manufacturing environment, DACC Europe delivered the project on time and to the high standards our clients have come to expect. The project partners were CommScope and Corning.