Structured Cabling

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What is Structured Cabling

Network cabling is the physical framework connecting devices in an organization, ensuring reliable data transmission. Ethernet cables, like Cat5e and Cat6, serve wired networking, while fiber optic cables use light signals for high-speed and long-distance communication. Organized into structured cabling systems with elements like patch panels, it facilitates easier management and scalability.

Power over Ethernet (PoE) simplifies device installation. Effective network cabling is crucial for a computer network’s performance and reliability, supporting modern communication demands. Cable management ensures efficiency, prevents signal interference, and allows for future expansions or modifications in various settings, such as offices, data centers, or industrial environments.