Voice and data cabling, structured cabling, ethernet cabling, wiring, network cables…these are all terms used for structured cabling. Structured cabling is the copper or fiber wiring in the walls. These cables connect your computer, phone, wireless access points, cameras, copiers, etc. to your data and phone network. Without these cables we would not have network capability. These cables can also provide power to devices, such as cameras, wireless access points, and phones, using power over ethernet (PoE) technology.
Let Us Lay the Groundwork for Your Secure System
When you need high performance and secure networks for your business, count on the experts at Phonetec Services for wiring services.
Other cable services
Our wiring services typically involve installing cable racks, patch panels, shelves, cable management, labeling, and certification, all of which we will handle.
Wiring for Your Infrastructure
Most of the wiring services we provide consist of connecting carrier services from providers like AT&T, Comcast, etc. into your infrastructure. Typically the carriers will only deliver service to a ‘demarc” (demarcation point) and it is then the responsibility of the customer to wire the cabling from that point. That's where we come in! Our technicians will take over and provide you with whichever wiring is best for your business.
structured-cabling-tall Category 5e: Commonly referred to as “Cat 5e” is a twisted pair cable type designed for high signal integrity. It is often used in cabling for computer networks and is also used to carry basic voice services.
Category 6: Commonly referred to as “Cat 6” it is used to carry Ethernet 10Base-T, 100Base-TX, and 1000Base-T (Gigabit Ethernet) connections. Cat 6 cable is backed with more stringent specifications for crosstalk and system noise than earlier cabling standards.
Category 6a: Commonly referred to as “Cat6a or Cat6 Augmented or 10gig” is the latest standard for enhanced performance standards for twisted pair cable systems. Category 6a is defined at frequencies up to 500 MHzâ€”twice that of Cat 6. Category 6a performs at improved specifications, in particular in the area of alien crosstalk as compared to Cat 6 UTP (unshielded twisted pair), which exhibited high alien noise in high frequencies.
Enclosed or Open Data Racks/Cabinets: A cabinet or rack is standardized system for mounting phone or data modules in a “stack” or rack. Equipment designed to be placed in a rack or cabinet is typically described as rack mount, a rack-mounted system, a rack-mount chassis, rack mountable, or occasionally simple shelf.
Cabling-framework Patch Panels: A panel, typically rack-mounted that houses cable connections. Angled patch panels are available to help conserve space.
Vertical & Horizontal Wire Management: Providing a neat and clean appearance by managing and hiding cables and patch cords in cabinets and racks.
Abandoned Cable: National Electric Code requires the removal of all abandoned cable. The Phonetec Services Team conducts a site survey, and provides documentation and pricing to remove abandoned cable when installing new voice and data cabling.
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