Structured Data Cabling Installation

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    What is structured data cabling? Here’s what it isn’t: a tangled, disorganised mass of wires which has probably built up over time from several different people adding more and more new appliances and wiring to your network on an ad-hoc basis.

    It is any wonder that your current wiring could look a bit of a mess – with a jungle of wires connecting computers, hubs and your main router while further wires plug accessories like printers, scanners and webcams into your computer system?

    In this context, structured data cabling is like a “spring clean” for your computer cabling. It’s about reorganising all of this wiring so that you and other people can, in future, easily add to it without causing technical wrinkles – and we can install structured data cabling entirely afresh, too.

    Whether you would like us to wire just one room – such as an office – or an entire building, we can assemble a network infrastructure that would let you seamlessly add new hardware, like PCs, laptops and smartphones, as and when your network requires it.  

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    Types Of Data Cabling We Install

    These types of data cabling include Ethernet cables divided into various categories. The right choice of cabling for your home or workplace can depend on what data transmission speeds you hope to achieve, though you should expect the latest technology to also be the priciest. In holding a free consultation with you, we can help you to decide where to make the right trade-off.


    This kind of data cabling comprises eight copper wires formed into four pairs, and can facilitate internet connection speeds up to an impressive 1,000Mbps.


    Compared to previous models, this twisted pair cable sets higher specifications for crosstalk and system noise. It is also backwards compatible with Cat5 and Cat5e standards.


    This augmented specification of Cat6 – the “e” stands for “enhanced” – has been built to significantly increase the frequency from 250MHz to 600MHz.


    This cable standard is suitable for commercial, industrial and educational sites, and capable of delivering frequencies as high as 600MHz on a 10 Gigabit network.

    Cat 8

    Cat8 is the latest classification for copper-based twisted pair cables, offers support for 40 Gigabit Ethernet networks and outclasses Cat7 in data transfer speed.

    Fibre Optic

    Through using light – rather than electrical – pulses, this type of cabling can transmit data more reliably and over longer distances than copper cables.

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    Once we’ve finished organising your cabling, and perhaps removed, added or replaced cables where we saw fit, you won’t have to worry so much about potentially losing time to failing equipment or inexplicable outages. That’s because structured data cabling is much more reliable than conventional wiring.

    For example, once you have a structured data cabling solution in place, it would be much simpler and cheaper for you to rectify an array of problems that, in a traditionally-wired system, could drain too much of your precious time.

    Structured data cabling is easy to scale, too – as can prove especially useful in a workplace. If you wanted to add any new devices, you could just plug each one into a network socket and the new hardware would be ready to use straight away.

    We can also help you to plan the layout of your structured data cabling. In discerning where your network ports and installation equipment will go, we can assess how far your cabling will have to travel – and thus what type of cabling you should have where.

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    How We Provide Just the Right Structured Data Cabling Solution

    • Choose the Most Suitable Cabling
    • Fusion Splice
    • Install the Cabling
    • Implement the Network
    • Commission the Data Cabling Solution
    • Test the Structured Data Cabling
    • Provide Maintenance and Support
    • Complete Necessary Repair Work

    Data Cabling Installation FAQ’s

    Yes – we can do this by visiting the property, whether this will be a home or workplace. Here are just some aspects of your cabling system we will assess:

    • Any gaps in the existing hardware or other technology
    • How cabling is organised and runs through the property
    • Any issues we detect in the cabling’s performance

    To arrange this review, just use our website to book a Network Report and schedule a specific date when we will be able to visit.

    By visiting the property where the cabling will be implemented, we can account for the following aspects, as they will help us to decide what type and amount of cabling to offer: 

    • The number of network ports you will require
    • How much space is needed for installation equipment
    • How far the cabling will be required to run

    You could turn out to need various types of network cabling – such as fibre for your network’s backbone and lower-grade cabling for user ports.

    This will depend on many different factors, all of which we will carefully consider once we have undertaken a site survey. Here are a few examples of the criteria we will take into account:

    • Where the structured data cabling will be installed
    • The type of cabling – for example, fibre optic cabling or copper cabling – to be used
    • How long it will take us to implement the cabling

    Once we have calculated the cost, we will present you with a quote covering both the design and installation work.

    Yes, as all structured cabling equipment is required to adhere to defined standards. The two main standards pertaining to structured data cabling are:

    • ANSI/TIA-568, which covers performance and compatibility
    • ISO/IEC 11801, which regulates cabling systems within an IT network

    What all of this ultimately means is that manufacturers of data cabling products must ensure these all tick certain boxes. Consequently, your cabling system will be compatible with products from various manufacturers, making network issues easier to resolve.

    While having a structured data cabling solution implemented in your home or workplace would require a one-off investment on your part, you could find that, over the long term, structured data cabling is cheaper for you to maintain than your previous cabling system. 

    One reason why is that, as we have noted, technical issues can be easier to resolve – meaning you might be able to resolve many of them yourself. Also, you would similarly not need to seek an engineer’s help with adding new devices to the system; you could just set up that hardware yourself.

    In arranging for structured data network architecture to be implemented on the premises, you could enable your business to more easily adapt itself to technological advances as they arrive.

    This, in turn, can help to lend your company a strong competitive advantage. For example, as a new piece of hardware hits the market, you would – in comparison to companies continuing to rely on traditional wiring – be able to quickly incorporate this new tech into your existing setup.

    We offer a wide range of commercial Wi-Fi solutions, enabling businesses to enhance their competitiveness yet further.