In BCI, the network solutions division is divided into two sections; passive and active. Passive section mainly is entitled for structured cabling solutions while Active section is mainly entitled for LAN, WAN, Wireless and security solutions.

Passive Components

Structured cabling is an open architecture internationally standardized, divides the entire infrastructure into manageable blocks and then attempts to integrate these blocks to produce the high-performance networks that we have now come to rely on for Data, Voice, and Video (including BMS, FAS, ACS, AV…etc).

To you as an end-user, and from an investment point of view, structured cabling provides an exceptional Return of Investment (ROI) by reducing the construction cost (CAPEX) and operation cost (OPEX) up to approximately 30%.

BCI has strategic partnership with the most leading vendors in their industries like SYSTIMAX, Nexans and Brand-Rex.

Active Components

Network is a collection of components that facilitate data, voice and video communications over internet protocol, and here where BCI excels. The network BCI builds is highly available, reliable, scalable, secure and easy to operate and manage simply because we study our client business needs then we translate these needs into Information Technology systems.

Usually BCI network deployments depend on the hierarchical architecture that segment the network into blocks… for example: in Server Farm block, BCI’s design enables convergence, network scale, virtualization-awareness, and intelligence to deliver architectural flexibility and consistent networking across physical, virtual, and cloud computing environments.

BCI has strategic partnership with the most leading vendors in their industries like Cisco, Juniper, and Sophos. BCI’s ultimate goal is to provide the customer with the value-engineered solution that fits nowadays and future business needs.