Infrastructure & Structured cabling
Structured Cabling put simply is an organised approach to your cabling infrastructure. Normal cabling is defined as point to point, where a cable is run directly to and from devices that need connectivity. In a structured cabling system, a series of patch panels and trunks are used to create a structure that enables devices to be connected, moved or removed without the need to pull in new cables each time a change occurs. All patch panels are cabled back to a main distribution area where all moves, adds and changes take place with the use of patch leads. Patch leads are small cables used to link patch panels together to create circuits.
our approach for your Business
Keeping to a budget & schedule
Keeping disruption to a minimum
Delivering the best performance from your IT network
An optimised cabling & wi-fi infrastructure
Futured proofed structure
We have experience of working across a wide range of sectors, with small and medium size companies, of single and multi-sites over a broad geographic area in the UK. We would be delighted to hear from you and discuss any potential requirements.