Structured Cabling Infrastructure
Structured Cabling is a cable system used to connect computers and peripherals at limited distances such as workplaces, campuses, houses, etc., and to meet the energy needs of these systems.
With structured cabling, an integrated and flexible working environment is created by gathering the cabling infrastructure of data, telephone, security, network and UPS electrical systems under a single roof. The infrastructure created with passive equipment such as cables, data sockets, data plugs, patch panels, and cabinets constitutes the basic element of a good network, telephone, communication, and security system. This infrastructure established has been able to meet the company's needs for many years.
Solutions are presented by using Cat5e, Cat6, Cat7, Multi-Mode, and Single-Mode F/O cables in structured cabling projects. One of the important elements of data communication is undoubtedly the energy infrastructure. For this, during the data infrastructure project designing, the design and project of the Electricity and Ups infrastructure are made.
Structural cabling operations include discovery, project design, establishment, testing, and certification processes.