Network racks have a tendency to get messy after some time, and over all the network changes. From time to time it becomes necessary to preform a network rack clean up.
A messy rack can be almost impossible to trouble shoot which wire is routed where. It can cause excessive strain on patch cables because of the lack of cable management, or from the weight of service loops.
The picture on the left is a typical job we do. Over the years the network grew and network switches were added or removed. Wires seemed to multiply o n their own, and nobody really knew anymore how it got that way. After we carefully identified each cable and mapped out the current network, we installed new patch panels, and installed Wire Management. The results are obvious.