Structured cabling is a Structured Cabling System (SCS) that is required to create an effective information infrastructure in any modern company or organization. It integrates into a single system multiple subsystems for the exchange of information such as: local computer systems, telephone networks, security systems, video surveillance, access control systems, fire systems and more. The creation of a universal cable system greatly simplifies the procedures for monitoring, control and management of all subsystems of the company. The advantages are that a single cable system for data, voice and video is used; standard components and materials are used; flexibility and possibility for easy modifications and additions to all existing networks is provided; several different network protocols may be used simultaneously; cable systems are not affected by changes in technology and systems suppliers allow management and administration by a minimum of maintenance personnel.
Structured cabling is an indispensable part of creating a well-functioning and efficient information infrastructure in any modern enterprise or organization!
Structured cabling systems provide considerable flexibility and opportunity for easy modifications and additions to all existing systems. Another important advantage of structural networks is the ability to use several different network protocols simultaneously and is not affected by changes in technology and equipment suppliers. Cable systems enable management and administration by a minimum of maintenance personnel. The constructed cable paths can be either copper or optical, allowing in one network and the combination of both types of optical and copper cables.
Structured cabling must meet specific standards that differ in installation in offices, business buildings, data centers, communications nodes, and more. There are 3 types of standards: