API provides impartial advice, design and installation services for world class videoconferencing systems & PABX Systems. This includes portable, desktop, roll-about and self-contained units, bespoke integrated solutions for permanent installation and the integration of video conferencing into existing AV systems. One best way to communicate to our beloved ones is through the access of InterAPI nowadays. It has become the most common way to keep in touch with them. Today's technology empowers ordinary people with the ability to engage in video conferencing.


Video conferencing technologies are proving to be a highly effective way for todays technology-centric businesses to communicate, collaborate and share information between remote office locations and teams. Whether you have two local offices or fifty locations around the world, API can integrate a cost-effective videoconferencing solution at your organization that saves you time, money and resources spent in travel expenses.
We can help your organization save time and money by optimizing your business communications environment. In today’s business climate, companies are highly concerned with safety, time and cost-related issues. As a result, video conferencing is more relevant than ever, and the benefits are significant. API works closely with you to design your company’s customized video conferencing environment. By drawing on years of recognized industry leadership, AV Planners delivers solutions to meet all of your global video conferencing needs.


Structured cabling is building or campus telecommunications cabling infrastructure that consists of a number of standardized smaller elements (hence structured) called subsystems. Structured cabling falls into six subsystems:

  • Entrance Facilities are where the building interfaces with the outside world.
  • Equipment Rooms host equipment which serve the users inside the building.
  • Telecommunications Rooms house telecommunication equipment which connect the backbone and the horizontal cabling subsystems.
  • Backbone Cabling connect between the entrance facilities, equipment rooms and telecommunications rooms.
  • Horizontal Cabling connect telecommunications rooms to individual outlets on the floor.
  • Work-Area Components connect end-user equipment to outlets of the horizontal cabling system.

Structured cabling design and installation is governed by a set of standards that specify wiring data centres, and apartment buildings for data or voice communications, using category 5 (CAT 5E) or category 6 cable (CAT 6) and modular sockets. These standards define how to lay the cabling in a star formation, such that all outlets terminate at a central patch panel (which is normally 19 inch rack-mounted), from where it can be determined exactly how these connections will be used. Each outlet can be 'patched' into a data APIwork switch (normally also rack mounted alongside), or patched into a 'telecoms patch panel' which forms a bridge into a private branch exchange (PBX) telephone system, thus making the connection a voice port.


In today's day and age, it is very difficult for one person to be in every place and this especially is required at your work place. But this is not possible and so often you end up missing out on important phone calls that could possibly generate income and could be potential customers.
So, in such cases, installing business phone systems is great option. Not only does it save you time and money in the office, but also prevents you from losing out on potential business, even when you are away. One such office phone system is the PABX system, which stands for Private Automatic Branch Exchange.
PBAX are connected to a public switched telephone APIwork (PSTN) through trunk lines. As they incorporate telephones, modems, fax machines, and many more parts, the general term "extensions" that is given is referred to the end point on the branch.


IP telephony also known as "VoIP" has grown to become one of the most used, and cost effective ways to communicate today. IP Telephony solutions make use of packet-switched connections from the InterAPI for the exchange of voice, fax and other data forms instead of using the traditional dedicated circuit-switched connections from PSTNs.
Benefits including cost savings, improved productivity, flexibility and advanced features make IP telephony an appealing technology