Installations that go so smoothly,
these guys won't notice a thing.
As part of a major renovation to its Los Angeles production facilities, this Cable News Network needed to upgrade three floors of its landmark bureau on Sunset Boulevard. The "most trusted name in news" wanted to give its producers, correspondents and staffers access to faster data connections, more flexible voice communications and upgraded television signals throughout its operation.
In order to enhance the effectiveness of the production team responsible for bringing breaking news to almost 90 million U.S. households, Vector Resources worked with the Network for nearly a year, designing the best way to perform the necessary upgrades with minimal service disruption. In addition to retrofitting more than 1,000 workstations dispersed across floors One, Two and Three of the building, Vector technicians also relocated the facility's distribution mainframe server from the third floor to the second floor. By project's end, Vector's impact was huge - more than 60 miles of data cabling alone was installed during the project.
As the major Cable News Network continues to adjust to its newly renovated and expanded facilities, Vector continues to assist with workstation moves, adds, and changes. In order to ensure that adjustments don't interrupt the cable network's growth, Vector has provided a quick-turn guarantee: if technicians can't complete all testing and documentation after a workstation has moved, the work is free. Throughout the relationship, Vector has been flexible to adjust to changing client needs as the project has evolved, making sure that the Network's crews continue to provide the news its audience demands.