Network infrastructure is made up of different components that transfer data throughout an organization. The backbone of the system is made up of structured network cabling. It streamlines the management of every business’ voice, data, security, and media distribution network. These network cables run throughout a building or campus along the same path as your electrical wires and plug directly into network servers and switches. Network cabling is comprised of traditional copper cabling or fiber optic cabling solutions. Both create a necessary solution to support device and network connections that drive all business operations.
While pulling cables throughout an organization sounds like a simple task, we know there is more to deploying a data network than just plugging in the components and turning them on. IP convergence has brought many devices and solutions onto the network that were previously never considered in network design. VoIP phone systems, video streaming and distribution, audio distribution (music, intercom, and paging), surveillance cameras, and access control systems are now designed to exist on the IP network.
If your organization is planning an expansion or network upgrade, we’re here to help.