What is structured cabling?
Structured cabling is defined as telecommunications cabling infrastructure within a building or campus consisting of a number of smaller standardized (structured) elements. A properly designed and installed structured cabling system provides a cabling infrastructure that delivers predictable performance as well as the flexibility to accommodate moves, additions and changes; maximize system availability; provide redundancy; and future proof the usability of the cabling system. This definition gives you a better understanding of what a structured cabling system is and its purpose.
What are the benefits of structured cabling?
Again, organization is the key word here. With an organized, top quality structured cabling system, the benefits are:
• Moves, additions and changes are much easier due to the fact that they are done in MDA compared to running long patch cords from equipment racks.
• The possibility of downtime is reduced because the possibility of human error is greatly reduced due to this organization.
• Save time; Tracing cables and ports becomes much easier with structured cabling. This streamlined, organized approach not only makes change easier, but also saves you time.
• Aesthetics; Never underestimate looks! A structured cabling system will look much neater than a point to point method. Since the changes are made in MDA relative to the hardware, the hardware can be interconnected and not touched in most cases. This allows the cabling in front of the switch to remain aesthetically pleasing.
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