Structured cabling refers to the installation of a standardized cabling infrastructure within a building or campus. Structured cabling is used to support data, voice, and video communications, and typically includes twisted pair copper cabling, fiber optic cabling, and associated connectivity hardware.
Structured cabling is designed to provide a flexible and reliable cabling infrastructure that can support a wide range of applications, including:
Local area networks (LANs): Structured cabling is used to connect computers, servers, switches, and other network devices within a building or campus.
Voice communications: Structured cabling is used to connect telephones, intercoms, and other voice communications devices within a building or campus.
Video communications: Structured cabling is used to connect video conferencing equipment, digital signage displays, and other video communications devices within a building or campus.
Structured cabling typically includes a range of components, including:
Horizontal cabling: This includes the cabling that runs from the telecommunications room to the workstations, and typically consists of twisted pair copper cabling.
Backbone cabling: This includes the cabling that connects the telecommunications rooms within a building or campus, and typically consists of fiber optic cabling.
Telecommunications rooms: These are the rooms where the structured cabling terminates, and typically include racks, patch panels, and other connectivity hardware.
Work area components: These include the jacks and faceplates that connect the horizontal cabling to the end devices, such as computers and telephones.
Structured cabling provides several benefits, including:
Flexibility: Structured cabling provides a flexible infrastructure that can be easily reconfigured to meet changing business needs.
Scalability: Structured cabling can be easily expanded to support additional users, devices, and applications.
Reliability: Structured cabling provides a reliable infrastructure that can support high-speed data, voice, and video communications.
Cost-effectiveness: Structured cabling provides a cost-effective infrastructure that can support a wide range of applications, and typically has a long lifespan.
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