What is Structured Cabling?
Structured cabling is a system of cables and networking components that create an organized, efficient network infrastructure. Structured cabling supports multiple hardware and applications over long distances, allowing for reliable signal transmissions between devices.
It can be used in various industries, such as government, telecommunications, education, and healthcare. Structured cabling systems comprise structured media components, including category-rated copper or fiber optic cables, patch panels, wall plates, adapters, faceplates, jacks, patch cords, outlets, and other related components.
All these components come together to form a complete and secure data transmission system capable of providing voice, data, video, control signals, and other services within a building or campus.
Structured cabling helps organizations save money by eliminating the need to install new wiring every time they introduce new technology or increase the quantity or type of equipment they use.