What is structured cabling ?
Structured cabling is a standardized approach to designing and installing a cabling infrastructure within a building or facility to support various communication needs, including data, voice, video, and other multimedia services. The primary goal of structured cabling is to create a flexible, reliable, and efficient cabling infrastructure that can support current and future communication needs.
Benefits of structured cabling
Structured cabling can be easily modified or expanded to accommodate changes in communication needs.
Structured cabling can help reduce installation, maintenance, and operational costs providing and efficient platform for supporting .
Structured cabling is designed to be highly reliable, with redundant connections and backup options to minimize downtime.
Uses of structured cabling
Structured cabling is used to create a standardized cabling infrastructure within a building or facility to support various communication needs. The primary use of structured cabling is to provide a reliable, efficient, and flexible platform for data, voice, video, and other multimedia services.