Wireless Data Communication Experts

“Tying it all Together”

Total Systems Integration is a design, engineering, integration and consulting firm that specializes in the design of fiber-optic and wireless networks, structured wiring systems, enterprise-wide infrastructures and information technologies.

We serve as consultants to diverse entities such as architectural and electrical engineering firms, K-12 schools, universities, hospitals, industry, local and state governments.

TSI is recognized as a leading campus-wide network design and consulting firms in the Midwest – receiving Network World Magazine National Design Excellence Award  for its advanced fiber-optic ATM networking design at Kent State University.

Why is TSI the RIGHT Choice?


TSI is partnered with the world’s most recognizable high-quality brands and manufacturers, and always provides the absolute best pricing on all of the latest technologies. Don’t move forward without first getting a competitive quote from TSI’s dedicated value-added engineers.


Our team is made up of credentialed engineers and certified technicians and installation crews. We have made our name going above and beyond and are  always here to help you solve any challenge. Our team has the expertise and real-world experience that constantly delivers quality results.


We do it all and we do it right. From design and installation, to network programming and warranty – TSI will ensure you get the optimum, most-reliable network solutions within your budget. And we’re with you every step of the way, including after your new solutions are up and running.

Success Stories

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Recommended by HP

Hewlett Packard introduced us to TSI and George Dallas.

TSI came in, looked at the configurations in the HP equipment that had been installed and showed us what was wrong.

We fired the original company and hired TSI to not only fix what was wrong but to aid in the completion of both our wired and wireless network.

If we suspect there is an issue with our network or require updates or changes, TSI remotes in and takes a look and makes suggestions or points out problems.

Michael W. Boyle Associate Director, Information Technology Wilmington College