Copper Networks

The right type of network cable makes a huge difference.

A data network typically consists of a medium, end user devices and a network cabinet housing essential equipment for the organisation’s communication and data infrastructure.

Data networks utilise various mediums for information transmission, each with unique characteristics. Copper cables, like twisted pair cables, are common for wired connections. A typical network would include a mix of all mediums, for example, structured copper cabling, and WiFi to provide wireless access to the network.

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Structured Cabling

A flexible, scalable and reliable structured cabling system adapts to organisational size and shape. It accommodates moves, increments and changes, providing a foundation for the modern information network. Copper (Cat6a) and fibre optic solutions, along with low-voltage cabling, offer versatility and durability. Structured cabling provides exceptional returns on investment (ROI) outliving all other networking components.

Advantages of structured cabling

  • Consistency – Same cables exist everywhere, saves a lot of time and money.
  • Support for multi-vendor equipment: Simplifies upgrading with standard-based cable systems.
  • Simplify changes: Facilitates easy network resource transfer between locations.
  • Simplify troubleshooting: Isolates and resolves problems more efficiently.

For a more robust list of all possibilities check out our partners page, particularly, Conteg, Excel, & Siemon.

Network cabling done right

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