Organizes Your Infrastructure
Technology is constantly evolving and changing, sometimes faster than we would want to admit. The new tools that get invented no doubt make businesses more productive, secure and agile. However, these tools need the right network to support them, and that’s where we come in to offer support for all of the rapidly-advancing technology coming to the workplace.
Common Structured Cabling Uses
- Audio/Visual Needs
- Fiber Optic Upgrades
- Data Center Management
- Distributed Antenna Systems
- Network Cabling
- CCTV Installation
Twisted pair cables are commonly used to connect residential homes and businesses with a telephone company. These kinds of cables date back to the era of radio and telegrams and were actually invented by Alexander Graham Bell!
There are two kinds of twisted pair cables:
- Shielded twisted pair (STP)
- Unshielded twisted pair (UTP)
UTP cables are used most commonly for telephones and computer networks.
Fiber optic cables are a lot like electric cables, except they’re made out of optical fibers to carry signals and images. These optical fibers are made out of silica or plastic and coated with more layers of plastic inside the cable itself.
Different kinds of fiber optic cables may be used for long-distance telecommunication or high-speed connections between buildings on campus.
Coaxial cables are a type of transmission line, carrying high-frequency electrical signals with low loss.
Coaxial cables are commonly used for:
- Cable television
- Broadband internet
- Computer data
- Connecting radio transmitter and receivers to antennas