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Structured cabling

Professional Structured Cabling Design, Installation, and Management

Structured Cabling

Your company’s cabling system is more important to the success of its daily operations than you may think. Structured cabling, which refers to the design and installation of cabling systems that connect hardware with essential software, can help you function much more efficiently and effectively. The cabling system used in your business should be able to support multiple hardware and software uses for the needs of today and those of the future. Structured cabling provides exactly that. Not only does a structured cabling system provide organization for your telecommunications, it also allows you to expand and grow at your own pace because components may be added or removed at any time.

If you’re in need of a comprehensive telecommunications infrastructure that is reliable and offers flexibility, connect with the experts at Conway Communications today.
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Copper Backbone and Feed Cables

Backbone cabling, also called vertical cabling or wiring, acts as a sort of skeleton for your cabling network. It provides interconnection between entrance facilities, telecommunication rooms, and equipment rooms. It supports all components of your telecommunications system which is why it is considered the backbone of your network infrastructure. Typically, the cables will run from floor to floor to floor to provide thorough and complete connectivity to the entire building utilizing several types of media and devices.

Twisted Pair Cabling

Twisted pair cabling refers to the wiring technique of connecting two conductors of a single circuit together in a twisted pattern for the purpose of enhancing an electromagnetic signal. This is often done by connecting devices to networks through the use of Ethernet cables. There are a variety of Ethernet cables to choose from. The cables used by Conway Communications are Cat 5e, Cat 6, Cat 6e, and Cat 6a. “Cat” stands for category and the numeral following this indicates the specifications of the cable as defined by the manufacturer. Typically, the higher the number means that the network will operate faster and perform at a higher frequency.
Cat 5e Cables - This is an enhanced version of the Cat 5 cables and are held to higher standards for improved performance.
Cat 6 Cables - These can be used in Ethernet and network applications in conjunction with other cables including Cat 5/5e and Cat 3 cables.
Cat 6e Cables - This is an enhanced version of the Cat 6 cables.
Cat 6a Cables - The “a” that follows the 6 stands for “augmented”. This type of cable can support twice the maximum bandwidth for optimal function and superior speed.

Cable Management

Patch panels are used in structured cabling to improve your telecommunications infrastructure by providing a simple, effective solution to growing your network. It’s crucial to not only plan your infrastructure for the needs of today, but for future expansions as well. A patch panel is an important piece of equipment that can help you keep your data center organized and allows easy access to make changes and adjustments to your network. The patch panel is mounted in the heart of your cabling infrastructure that contains numerous ports for cable connections and management. A patch panel can provide interconnect or cross-connect patching methods to splice and terminate cables. It uses horizontal and vertical cable management to organize data racks and more.

Horizontal and vertical cable management refers to the hardware and other tools that keep your telecommunication rooms and data centers organized for proper functioning.
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Design: Telecommunication Rooms, Data Centers, and More

Stand-alone Data Racks Cabinets Ladder Rack Systems for your IDF, MDF, Telecommunications Room, or Data centers
Telecommunication rooms and data centers need to be designed for optimal efficiency and functionality. It’s crucial that these areas consist of all necessary equipment, hardware, and software to deliver the best connectivity. A core component of your building’s networks is to incorporate flexibility and scalability into your design. Let Conway Communications help you design an organized, systematic telecommunications center.
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