Suna Communication offers a range of cabling services to customers including data and fibre optic.
CABLING
Suna Communication works with brands such as Xirrus and Cisco to deliver reliable and effective wireless solutions.
WIRELESS
From SMART board and touchscreen installation, to conferencing and support, Suna Communication has your Audio Visual needs covered.
AUDIO VISUAL
Suna Communication offers a range of security services including CCTV and Access Control to ensure you and your business are protected.
SECURITY
Suna Communication has a vast amount of experience supplying and installating business hardware including phones and computer systems.
HARDWARE

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Recent Blogs

Why is CCTV useful in the workplace?

Whether your premises are office space or retail, CCTV has a key role to play in informing and protecting the business. The use of video surveillance is widespread in the business world and a useful resource for any organisation with employees and/or dealing with members of the public. It is an investment that many businesses have found has a lot to offer – these are just some of the ways in which CCTV is useful in the workplace.

Could your venue benefit from installing ampetronic hearing loops?

Making your venue more accessible to those who are hard of hearing is not just a great move in terms of supporting diversity but could also help you to access a whole new market. The demand for ampetronic hearing loops is steadily increasing, as more and more venues realise how many people require this kind of support – and the additional audience you could attract by providing facilities for those who have hearing issues.

How does a site survey help with your WiFi network installation?

WiFi network installation is often a more complex and involved process than imagined. Unlike a wired network, it’s often difficult to predict the number of access points required for a WiFi network and serious problems could arise if a guesstimate goes wrong. That’s why a site survey is such an essential part of the process when it comes to WiFi network installation, helping to avoid issues such as over provisioning or co-channel interference from access points that are too close.

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