Passive Cabling

Structured cabling is a fixture in your building, it’s for keeps! The speed, physical security and long-term reliability of cabled data networks mean they remain the gold standard for most business networks.

  • Structure Cabling and Structure Wiring

    Design and installation of secure cabling systems and wiring systems to support future business and hardware growth.

  • Backbone (Vertical Cabling)

    Also sometimes called vertical cabling, backbone cables are used to provide interconnection between telecommunication rooms, entrance facilities, equipment rooms or buildings. As the name implies, these cables are used to develop a kind of “skeleton” for the network. The cables often run from floor to floor to provide connectivity. While backbone cabling can be done with many different kinds of cables including coaxial, fiber optic cabling is the most appropriate choice thanks to the higher bandwidth when compared to Cat5, Cat6, or Cat8 cables.

  • Horizontal Cabling

    In contrast, horizontal cabling runs from a telecommunications equipment outlet to the telecommunications room or enclosure. This may be used to connect a variety of workstations and devices to information outlets, which then run to the telecommunications room. Depending on your needs, a typical gigabit Ethernet cable might do the job but fiber optic cables are preferable. Using fiber optic cables for backbone and Ethernet cable for horizonal cabling in many cases would analogous to using high-speed on-ramps to support narrow dirt highways.

  • Internet Cabling

    Inside cabling connecting to your building D-mark. Inside cabling carries your internet signal throughout your building.

  • Network Cabling and Fibre Optic Network Cabling

    The industry standard for business networks. Installation of fast, physically secure, and long-term reliable copper and fibre optic network cabling.

  • Cabling Infrastructure & Network Infrastructure

    Designing your cabling infrastructure and implementing switches, routers, firewalls and cabling for a complete, industry standard solution.

  • Data Cabling and Telephone Cabling

    Data cable stock is used for data and phone cabling. This can also be used for cameras, or anything that uses TCP-IP to communicate.

  • Fibre Optic Cabling and Installation

    Rather than using copper for your cabling, we can use fibre optic stock instead. Fibre optic cabling does not conduct electrical currents, bring a world of benefits, including speed!

  • Ethernet Wireless Cabling

    Devices providing wireless connections connect to the main network core using data cabling. Ethernet cables carry TCP-IP signals.


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