Introducing the Versiv Family Yearbook: Class of 2014
by Harley Lang
For most structured cabling professionals, the days of nostalgically flipping through the pages of a school yearbook have passed. But Fluke Networks has introduced the next best thing – The Versiv Family Yearbook: Class of 2014.
Highlighting one-of-a-kind stories from networking professionals around the world, the Versiv Family Yearbook takes a look back at the Versiv chronicles of 2014 with video case studies, detailing full-fleet deployments of the family of certification testers.
This year’s class (so far) includes:
• C-Link Cable and Construction: A structured cabling company that provides voice, data, fiber, security camera, and access control services to hospitals, school districts, general offices, attorney’s offices and more in Pearland, TX.
• Redstone: A leading IT infrastructure, data center, and smart building solutions company based in the United Kingdom.
• Lantrovision: A structured cabling and IT network installation company located throughout Asia.
Each story is unique, but one thing is clear: the Versiv family of cabling certification testers have provided business advantage, cost savings and faster payments for cabling businesses worldwide. The future-ready design supports copper certification, fiber loss and OTDR testing and hardware upgrades—accelerating every step of the certification process.
Across each of the stories featured in the Versiv yearbook, cable installers and business owners leverage the Versiv ProjX™ management system to simplify the complexity of installation for each user. In addition to allowing team leaders to set up test parameters to work across multiple jobs and media, the system accelerates planning and setup of projects by allowing technicians to capture consistent test parameters across an entire job, or switch from job to job by simply clicking between projects stored in the tester. The management system also allows up-to-the-minute project analysis and oversight to help speed certification and reporting. If problems are encountered during the testing process, technicians can create a “Fix Later” troubleshooting to-do list for later evaluation by more experienced installers. The features of ProjX™ help cable installers and business owners better track multiple jobs, leading to faster systems acceptance—and faster payment from clients.
The Versiv family of cable certification testers has changed the game for cabling business owners. Click here to see the full 2014 yearbook and watch video case studies from the members of this year’s class.