The Network Communications Division is a specialised division within WT Parker Ltd, and shares the corporate commitment to teamwork and the efficient, consistent delivery of first class products and services, offering many of our clients a complete turnkey solution.
It is these principles that enable the Division to implement and manage the changes required for our clients to keep pace with the business environment and to take advantage of emerging new technologies that will meet the challenges and opportunities of the future.
The Division has rapidly become a significant force in delivering advanced networking solutions and continues to focus on integrating voice, video and data technologies into convergent business communications infrastructure for our clients.
We design, install and configure solutions for LAN and WAN environments to support current and next generation enterprise-wide applications; a service that includes implementing robust, high performance structured cabling and fibre-optic systems to provide complete, end-to-end solutions for high-speed reliable data connectivity.
Through our professionalism and dedication to meeting even the most intensive schedules, from specification to post-project review, the Network Communications Division has become a valued, strategic partner for many of the organisations we serve.
Our experience and expertise guarantee the inter-operability of all the solutions we propose and will ensure that the managed solutions you deploy are both dependable and scalable to grow with your network and will protect your IT investment as your business expands.
Some of our recent Network Communications projects
The Network Communications Division has carried out many projects on behalf of the Historic Royal Palaces at sites such as The Tower of London, Hampton Court Palace, Kensington Place, Kew Palace and The Banqueting Suite. Below is a sample of a project that was recently completed.
WT Parker was recommended by the HRP to BT to install fibre optic cabling at Hampton Court Palace in conjunction with the London Organising Committee of the Olympic and Paralympic Games (LOCOG) for the cycling time trial event held at Hampton Court Palace during the Olympics.
The refurbishment of a 4 storey Grade 2 listed building known as “The Piano Building” in Kidderminster was acquired Birmingham Metropolitan Colleges and once the refurbishment of the building had been completed was named as “The Academy Kidderminster”.