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Wired & Wireless Networking

Combining Wired and Wireless Networks Wireless networks fit into your home’s overall network infrastructure. In some cases, a wireless network may be your only network – maybe you’re in a studio apartment with a cable modem, a wireless router, two laptops, and nothing more.

A wired network uses cables to connect devices, such as laptop or desktop computers, to the Internet or another network. A wireless network allows devices to stay connected to the network but roam untethered to any wires.


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We supply a wide range of products to our clients.


Telephone Systems

There are three basic types of business telephone systems: KSU, PBX, and VoIP. 

Multifunction Printers

multifunction printer (MFP) is a device that consolidates the functionality of a printer, copier, scanner and/or fax into one machine.

Wired & Wireless Networking

Ethernet-based(wired) networks tend to be much more reliable than wireless networks. The backbone of any network relies on an Ethernet connection.

Network Security & Threat Management

Threat management, or cyber threat management, is a framework often used by cybersecurity professionals to manage the life cycle of a threat 

Data Storage Devices

data storage device is a device for recording (storing) information (data). Recording can be done using virtually any form of energy.

Video Conferencing Equipment

Microphones and cameras: built-in microphones and webcams, USB microphones and webcams. Speakers: built-in computer speaker, external speaker, VoIP (voice over IP) conferencing phone..


Medical Equipment

A trusted supplier of affordable medical equipment available for delivery to clinics and hospitals across South Africa.

Solar Power Systems

Solar energy makes financial sense, great return on investment. To be more energy independent.

Closed Circuit Television Systems (CCTV)

CCTV stands for closed-circuit television. The systems are best defined by the types of cameras used. There are two common types of cameras in use today: Analog and IP-based cameras.