Structured Cabling is the design, documentation, and management of the lowest layer of the OSI network model-the physical layer. The physical layer is the foundation of any network whether it is data, voice, video or alarms, and defines the physical media upon which signals or data is transmitted through the network.
Approximately 70% of your network is composed of passive devices such as cable, cross-connect blocks, and patch panels. Documenting these network components is critical to keeping a network finely tuned. The physical medium can be copper cable (e.g., Cat 3, Cat 5E & Cat 6), coaxial cable, optical fiber and wireless.
Communications wiring is a critical part of almost every organization’s daily operation, yet the importance of having it installed properly is often overlooked. After all, it’s usually hidden above ceiling tiles, inside walls and behind closed doors… so as long as it works, many people don’t give it much thought. When it comes time to add, extend or repair office phone & computer lines, however, correctly routed structured cabling can save you countless hours of technician time.
We pride ourselves at RAMPC with doing above average cabling work. On installations for new or remodeled buildings, we follow procedures that meet or exceed building codes, use industry standards that make connections easy to trace for future technicians and inspect our work multiple times to ensure compliance with our stringent guidelines. If we’re working in an environment where wiring was installed before we came along, we always try to leave it neater and more organized than we found it. In short, we want our cabling to look good even to untrained eyes — and to look great to the trained ones.
Cat5e & Cat 6 Network Cabling Works
Fiber Optic Cabling Works
Security – CCTV Cabling Works
Telephone / Key phone System Cabling Works
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