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Structured Cabling

Structured cabling, also known as Ethernet cabling, wiring, network cables and data cabling refers to the copper or fiber wiring in the walls of your business. These cables connect your computer, phone, wireless access points, copiers, cameras and everything else to your data network. Designing and installing structured cabling is a complex undertaking. It is necessary to carefully plan the project, keeping in mind current and future requirements, as well as network communication maintenance capabilities.

Our team of experts has experience with these difficult issues. We can take you through the process from start to finish and make sure your structured cabling is of the highest-quality material, with the best design for your specific needs.


There are several kinds of cables we can use. In consultation with you, we will suggest the one that best fits your needs.

Data Network Cabling

  • Cat5e, Cat6 and Cat6e(10gig) are all cables that allow your computer network to run smoothly and efficiently.

Voice Network Cabling

  • Cabling that interacts with your current analog or digital phone systems or can be designed as a new solution for voice applications within your business.

Fiber Optic Cabling

  • Cabling that is perfect for multi-level office space, large facilities and campuses as well as data center applications.

Cabling Framework

The framework to hold all your cabling is important, too, and there are many details to keep in mind. Let our experts give you the right design for your framework.

  • Data Racks and Cabinets: Either enclosed or open, a data rack is a standard system for mounting data modules.
  • Patch Panels: A patch panel is a panel that houses cable connections and it is usually placed on a rack or cabinet.
  • Wire Management: The right vertical and horizontal wire management will help keep your space looking neat and well-maintained.
  • Cable Tray system: These systems allow for the future installation of more cabling. They come as either basket trays or ladder racks.
  • Abandoned Cable: Our team will survey the site to make sure no abandoned cable is left behind.

When you are ready for your design, you’ll want experienced experts who have done it many times before. Experts who will troubleshoot, test and certify existing cable and new cable. Contact us today and we can show you how our team is the best choice for your business.

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