Structured cabling is a form of network cabling which forms the backbone of your telecommunications and data infrastructure. It can be used for a variety of functions within your company. Every type of data cabling system is unique due to the different environments and physical building structures they are installed in. There are also regulations and proper channels to go through. Our highly trained and experienced professionals ensure you are covered from beginning to end and throughout your tenure in the building by going the extra mile in safety application.

What Is The Purpose In Having A Structured Cabling System?
“Structured cabling” is not simply a fancy term for a cable installation. Instead, it serves a wide range of components from telephony, data networking, security cabling infrastructures, and even voice and audio cabling. It is an organized, consolidated way of keeping your cabling and networking components in order. Without a structured cabling solution, future technology installations can become tedious especially when multiple vendors are involved. Having a professionally structured cable solution makes it user friendly for your technology department and a universal labeling for vendors and providers alike.

Having a professionally designed and implemented structured cabling solution helps solidify the network that you own and are responsible for. Once the service provider has reached your building structure from the outside, it is a demarcation point where you own all networking infrastructure past this point.

Structured cabling is also a means of providing connection for all endpoints, whether it is computers, phones, servers, televisions, or any related technology or device that is connected into the networking infrastructure. While software and hardware provides the directions, your structured cabling infrastructure is the digital highway that your data travels on.

Who Would Want to Use Structured Cabling?
The main advantage is the flexibility and convenience of such a system. It can transfer everything from calls to videos and images. It unifies various networks together and reduces the amount of cabling you need to have. It’s easier to manage if there are any problems.

This flexibility is seen with the ease of connecting to new outlets. If you need to move a desk to another part of the room, you can plug in and get right to work. Very little changes, if any at all, are required from within your data system.

Overall, by having this sort of voice and data cabling in your company you’re investing in your future. It has a high bandwidth and will be more than capable of supporting new applications introduced into your business in the years to come.

Contact us today to learn more about a structured cabling solution for your business. We offer free consultations including a site survey and consulting to offer the best recommendation and solution.