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RapidID™ Network Mapping System

Cable Documentation. Automated.

Product Overview

The RapidID Network Mapping System automates labor-intensive and error-prone cable documentation, resulting in a faster, easier way to place and trace cables and patch cords. It is a practical alternative to traditionally manual approaches that is ideally suited for building a new telecommunications room, locating installed cabling, or replacing a network switch.

Reduce the time and cost of patch cord documentation by up to 50%. With RapidID, the painstaking labeling process is already done. Now network engineers can easily, quickly, and accurately place and trace cables to focus on more strategic initiatives.

Minimize the risk of a network outage. Network documentation can drastically reduce downtime during an outage, but documenting physical infrastructure is extremely time-consuming and often overlooked or outdated. RapidID makes the documentation process less painful and reduces human error by eliminating the need for manual data entry.

RapidID: Easy as 1, 2, 3...

How it works:

1. Install

pre-labeled patch cables that feature unique barcodes.

2. Download

the feature rich application for smartphone, tablet, and desktop.

3. Scan

Barcodes using a Third-Party Bluetooth-enabled scanner.

Benefits of RapidID™ Network Mapping System

Data center outages cost money

40% of data center outages cost $100,000-$1,000,000

Networking, connectivity, and human error are top causes of data center downtime

2% of all outages in the last three years are results of human error

Free Up Network Engineers...

See how savings add up when replacing a network switch:

Documenting Wires 16   16
Creating New Wiring Layouts 4   0.5
Labeling Cables 8   0
Remove Existing Cables 2   2
Patch New Cables in the Correct Locations 4   2
Update Documentation 6   0.5

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