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Structured Cabling

Structured cabling and Data Networking have come a long way from the electromagnet and telegraph of the 19th century. The introducing of new technologies like streaming and VOIP (Voice over IP) have required cabling solution to arrange more and more capacity for change. So instead of copper, Optical Fiber cables are being used today. Optical fiber is more expensive to install, and requires a greater understanding than conventional copper wiring, but in the long run it can pay for itself by creating opportunities to cut other costs, ensure better connections, and future-proof cabling system.

Structured cabling is the design and installation of a cabling system that will support multiple hardware uses and be suitable for today's needs and those of the future. A proper cable system delivers predictable performance as well as the flexibility to accommodate moves, additions and changes, maximizes system availability, provide redundancy and usability. With a correctly installed system, current and future requirements can be met, and hardware that is added in the future will be supported.

Our solution also comprises of FTTX solution i.e. fiber to the home, building, node, premises and control room along with structure cabling of CAT6 cables and optical fiber cables. We offer a comprehensive FTTX solution to Telecom Operators, ISPs, Real Estate Businesses, Public and Private Sector Enterprises who wish to deploy fiber access for their customers or users.

Moves, adds, and changes are much easier.

Aesthetics: A structured cabling system will look much cleaner than a conventionalcabling system.

Time savings: cable and port tracing becomes a much easier job with a structured cabling system. This logical, organized approach not only makes changes easier, but it saves you time.

Benefits of Structured Cabling:

Potential for downtime is reduced: With an unorganized messy cabling infrastructure, mistakes are common like incorrect ports are being unplugged. Trying to remove a single cable from a large tangled mess can cause stress on the other cables. Structured cabling reduces time in identifying correct cable.