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Event Networks & Wi-Fi

Permanent & Temporary Event Networks and Wi-Fi

We are specialists in providing networking and connectivity for permanent or temporary spaces, and we understand the critical nature of secure and reliable connectivity to your event success.  We can provide and manage wired networks, Wi-Fi, cable infrastructure, VoIP, CCTV and Fibre Leased Lines.  We can provide connectivity in any indoor or outdoor space for any number of users.

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We tailor all of our services to your requirements to make your event the success it deserves to be.

Bespoke Connectivity Networks

We have designed, installed and managed bespoke connectivity networks for global brands such as Samsung (Barcelona, Rio De Janeiro, New York) and Adobe (London), plus events such as Burghley Horse Trials, IMEX (Frankfurt) and the Farnborough International Airshow. Whether you need a fully managed system with multiple Wi-Fi networks, wired connections and VoIP telephones; or a compact system for a smaller space—we can provide network connectivity to satisfy all your requirements.

Experts at Wireless & Wired Networks for Venues

A high-speed Wi-Fi or hard-wired connection is a given requirement for all venues. For a visitor it’s exceptionally frustrating when a venue has poor connectivity, especially if there’s little or no 4G signal available. DBpixelhouse are experts at working with venues to ensuring their wireless and wired networks are up to the demands of modern technology and large numbers of users. Whether you’re a venue who wants to improve your in-house networks or planning a large event in a venue where the connectivity isn’t up to speed—we have a variety of solutions available, including partnership options which require little up-front investment.

Expanding Your Venue

We have extensive experience installing permanent & temporary networking infrastructure for a broad range of outdoor events.

We’ve installed and maintained a permanent outdoor network for Farnborough Airshow for over 10 years enabling reliable, secure data transfer for the venue and exhibitors.

Recent installations include a number of outdoor sporting events that required coverage over large outdoor distances. Burghley Horse Trials and Cheltenham & Newmarket Racecourses required an expansion of their infrastructure to support TV distribution and live broadcast around the racecourse.

Our team design, install and maintain the outdoor permanent network for all your needs.

Event Network & Wi-Fi Support

Our team of experts will support you throughout

We’ve got experts to help you plan, budget, manage, produce and deliver your event to exceptional standards.

Why work with us?

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Creative Technical Solutions

If you’re looking to bring a concept or creative idea to life with tech consult our technical team who have the expertise and knowledge to design innovative cutting-edge solutions. Be it AV&IT, event connectivity or show production we have got the skills and experience to make it happen.

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Dedicated Client Support

Excellent Relationships are the bedrock of all our work. A dedicated technical account manager will work with you to fully understand your event aspirations, they’ll help you find the best AV or virtual production solution for your event.

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Expert Installation, event support & production

With over 25 years of full-service delivery our industry leading crew will ensure you can focus on your audience while we deal with all aspects of installation and maintenance of your event Tech.

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Cutting Edge Technology

With a huge rental inventory of event technology we have the kit you need to create attention grabbing engagement for your visitors.

Interested in rental only – please contact us here

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    FAQS

    Questions & Answers

    • What is a IP Address?
      An IP address is a unique address that identifies a device on the internet or a local network.
    • What is a Private IP Address?
      Private IP (internal) addresses are not routed on the Internet and no traffic can be sent to them from the Internet, they only supposed to work within the local network.
    • What is a Public IP Address?
      A public IP (external) address is an IP address that your home or business router receives from your ISP and is used when you access the internet. Public IP addresses are required for any publicly accessible network hardware such as a home router and the servers that host websites.
    • What is a VLAN?
      Stands for “Virtual Local Area Network,” or “Virtual LAN.” A VLAN is a custom network created from one or more existing LANs. It enables groups of devices from multiple networks (both wired and wireless) to be combined into a single logical network.
    • What is a Subnet?
      A subnet, or subnetwork, is a segmented piece of a larger network. More specifically, subnets are a logical partition of an IP network into multiple, smaller network segments. … One goal of a subnet is to split a large network into a grouping of smaller, interconnected networks to help minimise traffic.
    • What is IPTV?
      Internet Protocol television is the delivery of television content over Internet Protocol networks. IPTV offers the ability to stream the source media continuously.
    • What is Bandwidth?
      Bandwidth is the maximum amount of data transmitted over an internet connection in a given amount of time. Bandwidth is often mistaken for internet speed when it’s actually the volume of information that can be sent over a connection in a measured amount of time – calculated in megabits per second (Mbps).
    • What is VoIP?
      Voice over Internet Protocol, also called IP telephony, is a method and group of technologies for the delivery of voice communications and multimedia sessions over Internet Protocol networks, such as the Internet.
    • What is Fibre Cable?
      A fibre optic cable is a network cable that contains strands of glass fibres inside an insulated casing. They’re designed for long-distance, high-performance data networking, and telecommunications. Compared to wired cables, fibre optic cables provide higher bandwidth and transmit data over longer distances.
    • What is Single Mode Fibre?
      A single mode fibre-optic cable is constructed to allow only one mode of light to travel through its diametral core. The core’s small size reduces light reflections, increasing the distance that signals can travel and preserving signal quality. Businesses with large bandwidth needs or that communicate across long distances tend to favour a single mode fibre internet connection.
    • What is Multimode Fibre?
      A multimode fibre-optic cable is constructed to allow multiple modes of light to travel through its diametral core. The core’s large size increases light reflections, allowing more data to travel across at the cost of reduced signal quality. Because signal quality drops as distance increases, multimode fibre is generally used for short-distance communications across local area networks (LANs).
    • What is the speed of each CAT cable?

      CATEGORY SHIELDING MAX TRANSMISSION SPEED (AT 100 METERS) MAX BANDWIDTH
      Cat 3 Unshielded 10 Mbps 16 MHz
      Cat 5 Unshielded 10/100 Mbps 100 MHz
      Cat 5e Unshielded 1000 Mbps / 1 Gbps 100 MHz
      Cat 6 Shielded or Unshielded 1000 Mbps / 1 Gbps >250 MHz
      Cat 6a Shielded 10000 Mbps / 10 Gbps 500 MHz
      Cat 7 Shielded 10000 Mbps / 10 Gbps 600 MHz
      Cat 8 Shielded 25 Gbps or 40Gbps 2000 MHz

    • What is WiFi?
      Wi-Fi is a wireless networking technology that allows devices such as computers (laptops and desktops), mobile devices (smart phones and wearables), and other equipment (printers and video cameras) to interface with the Internet. It allows these devices–and many more–to exchange information with one another, creating a network.

      Internet connectivity occurs through a wireless router. When you access Wi-Fi, you are connecting to a wireless router that allows your Wi-Fi-compatible devices to interface with the Internet.

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