A structured cabling system is a complete system of cabling and associated hardware, which provides a comprehensive communications infrastructure. This infrastructure serves a wide range of uses, such as voice and data services within a local area network.
There are three main parts to most cabling structures:
- Core Backbone- Cabling infrastructure is usually a vertical cabling system (running between floors)
- Horizontal- lateral cabling that routes to the workstations (typically horizontal runs along each floor)
- Equipment Room-normally where the patch cabinet and servers on the Local Area Network (LAN) are connected to each other and hooked to the Wide Area Network (WAN) connections.
Every structure cabling system is unique due to environmental variations. The U.S cabling industry accepts the American National Standard Institute (ANSI), in conjunction with TIA/EIA, as the leading organization for providing and maintaining standards and practices within the profession.
Benefits of Standards include:
- Uniform documentation
- Consistency of design and installation
- Compliance to State and Federal regulation
- Provides basis for proposed system expansion and other changes
At Integrated Technology Solutions we use industry standard methods to complete and maintain cabling installations. It is our policy to never lose site that it is our partnerships that make our business a success. Our goal is to help you stretch paper thin budgets even further and we believe quality doesn’t have to be sacrificed to achieve this. Please contact us today for your FREE EVALUATION.