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Structured Cabling is essential for any business that uses computer devices. It connects your computers, servers, and peripherals to the Internet and intranet. It’s like the roadway for your technology. If it’s not set up and implemented properly, you’ll be dealing with roadblocks like IT interruptions, slow service, and downtime.
Structured cabling is the design and installation of cabling systems to support multiple computer and IT hardware devices. Small companies with limited numbers of computers typically don’t need structured cabling. However, as they grow, and require data banks and additional workstations, cable management is essential.
With mobile devices and cloud access, today’s organizations are providing more flexibility for their workers. However, your growing business still requires on-site hardware to store information on servers or use powerful workstations with wired Internet connections.
When hardware needs increase, it can cause “Cable Confusion.” Wired connections are often difficult to maintain, and without proper organization they can turn into a confusing mess. This isn’t just annoying – it’s a serious problem that causes major setbacks if cables are damaged or disconnected. And, in the worst-case scenario, improperly installed cabling creates a fire hazard.
You may be thinking, “This is all about keeping cables organized? We can do this on our own.” The truth is that most people don’t know how to organize cables and wired connections, and because of this, they set themselves up for chaotic failures. It’s best to let the experts install your structured cabling. Here’s why:
The Standards for Structured Cabling are governed by three different organizations:
They oversee a set of standards for data and voice communications using various kinds of cable. These standards provide best practices that data specialists must use when setting up complex wired networks. With a properly installed system, your requirements for both today and tomorrow will be met, so when you add hardware, it will be supported.
Structured cabling is divided into four different sections. Each section acts like a checklist when installing and organizing cables. They’re meant to work together during the setup process.
Clearly, there are many situations where these standards can be used, and they require different strategies depending on the situation. For example, a retrofit may need a very different approach to meet structured cable requirements. Working on an older building that has been converted into an office may require innovative solutions compared to a modern office building built with these codes in mind.
This doesn’t even touch on manufacturer warranties and how they relate to installation, or how scaling up in the future may change cabling requirements. The bottom line is that structured cabling can be more complex than it first appears. This is why it’s important to find vendors, service providers, and installation experts like Pulse Technology Solutions who understand structured cabling and utilize best practices.
Your company needs to have the right data network cabling if you’re going to have connective longevity. It’s important to install the right type, size and amount of data cabling, and in the most strategic locations so you can add to your IT infrastructure in the future. Pulse Technology Solutions has successfully completed hundreds of structured cabling projects in Southwest Florida. You can count on us for a reliable system with the speed and stability you require. We’re committed to making sure you get the best value from our installation.
We begin by conducting a simple assessment of your network. Then we’ll design a cabling roadmap that will support your operations and align with your budget. We design and install your cabling according to the latest best practices. We will:
This depends on your facility and what it’s used for. Structures such as high-rises, stadiums and other commercial buildings require fire-resistant wiring. Our experts will install cabling that conforms to ULC-S139, “Fire Test for the Evaluation of Integrity of Electrical Cables.” The ULC requires a circuit integrity of 1-2 hours, depending on the application.
Fire-Rated Cabling is typically used for:
Questions? – Our cabling experts are here to answer your questions and to ensure your projects are done right the first time. Contact us for more information or for a complimentary consultation about your structured cabling needs. Call (239) 676-6679 or email us at email@example.com.