Cabling, Progressive Office Cabling

Network Cabling Types & Specifications

8 Sep 2021
If you wish to connect two or more PCs or other networking equipment, you will need to use a type of network cable. The types vary, determined by how the cabling is manufactured and the types of wires and metals that are utilized. Below are the various types of network cabling with a discussion regarding their specifications and the ways they are used.
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Overview of Warehouse Data Cabling Installations

20 Jul 2021
Data cabling for distribution centers and warehouses will require a different set of requirements than office buildings. A key difference is many cables and electrical equipment will have to be installed by using powered access lifts, which will be at heights of 25 feet and more. As a result, detailed planning will be needed for cable runs throughout the structure.
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Why Small Businesses Need Structured Cabling – Part 1

21 Apr 2021
Companies that have outdated cabling infrastructure will suffer from equipment unreliability and more network downtime. As a result, the efficiency and productivity of employees is reduced, decreasing a company’s ability to generate revenue. It may have been years since your organization installed its existing network cabling, and the cables are now unable to handle modern data demands.
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Advantages of Cat6a for Structured Cabling Infrastructure – Part 1

4 Mar 2021
Over the span of their careers, cabling and network professionals will encounter various Ethernet cabling standards. They range from the outdated Cat3 standard, to Cat5e, then all the way to today’s top-performance Cat8 standard for modern data centers. For today’s installations, Cat6 or Cat6a cables are the most commonplace. These cables are utilized for the connections of desktops, laptops, WiFi access points, and IoT (Internet of Things) devices.
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