Structured Cabling and Peripherals
What is structured cabling?
A structured cabling system is a cabling infrastructure with subsystems and hardware that connects, manages and powers devices throughout your company premises. Structured cabling solutions use internationally accepted standards, technical criteria and best practices for telecommunications networks. In communications cabling, these standards will define everything from cabling types, distances, connections, architecture, performance parameters and testing requirements.
Importance of structured cabling
Structured cabling solutions that are installed by adhering to standards, can reduce downtime and maximise system availability. When it’s in place, it becomes simpler to move, add or make changes.
- Horizontal cabling
- Backbone cabling
- Patch panels
- Patch cords