Structured cabling turns your business network into a strategic asset
Modern day communication requirements require a structured cabling backbone that can support a variety of applications including voice, VoIP, multi-media, video, graphics and more. CPS (Computer Power Systems) is a recommended and accredited provider and installer of structured cabling solutions in Kenosha WI, Madison WI McHenry IL, Chicago, Elgin, Elk Grove, Gurnee and Joliet IL.
A structured cabling system has to comply with industry standards such as the ANSI/TIA-568-C.1 which specifies guidelines for commercial networks and cabling backbones. Structured cabling systems provide the backbone that connects various internal systems as well as connections to outside networks.
Structured cabling system has to allow for entrance facilities, equipment rooms, backbone cabling, telecommunications facilities as well as various work areas. Entrance facilities include the cables, devices, components and protocols required to connect your business network with other external networks offered by various service providers.
Proper backbone cabling is required to connect various equipment rooms, work areas and departments and can consist of fibre optical cabling as well twisted pair cabling. Equipment rooms could include designated telecommunications rooms and enclosures.
Your end-to-end structured cabling solution is more than cables, routers, connectors, protocols and standards. It is a strategic business asset that provides the means for effective and efficient communications and information exchange. Your network should be able to accommodate various and diverse systems and applications such as wireless, data, security, Wi-Fi, VoIP, multi-media, video and more.
Your structured cabling system turns your business network into a strategic asset that offers performance, reliability, flexibility as well as scalability. This means your business network not only addressed the communication needs of today, but also of the future. Your network should be compatible with current technology as well as future technology. The only way to achieve this is through a structured cabling solution.