Computer Power System (CPS) can help you with structured cabling solution and networks in Cicero IL, Control Oak Lawn IL, Downers Grove IL, Milwaukee IL, Schaumburg IL and St Charles IL. They provide precision solution to your network requirements. Maybe you need a complete new solution or maybe you just need some small changes and updates. They can help with both wired and wireless solutions.
Cabling is the backbone of your network. A structured cabling system is one that effectively handles your internal communications and information requirements and can connect to external systems and networks.
A proper structured cabling system is one the complies with industry standards. These standards are laid down by bodies such as ANSI (American National Standards Institute) and ISO (International Standards Organization). Examples of these standards include ANSI/TIA-568-C.0 and ANSI/TIA-568-C.1. A proper structured cabling system will support current voice or data applications and will futureproof your network infrastructure.
Structured cabling systems will likely consist of different types of cables such as copper and fiber. Copper cabling solutions. Copper cabling systems can range from entry level Category 5e UTP to Category 7 fully shielded (1200Mhz). The important thing is that each solution should comply with relevant standards such as ISO 9001.
Some typical structured cabling systems consist of six sub-systems. These are:
- Entrance Facilities (EF)
- Equipment Room (ER)
- Backbone Cabling
- Telecommunications Room (TR)
- Horizontal Cabling
- Work Area
Even small businesses can benefit for a structured cabling solution. A company such as CPS understand that cost of ownership is critical criteria for a small business. They will provide a true and unbiased assessment of your requirements and offer a cost-effective solution to meet current as well as future requirement.
Whether you small business, a medium business or a large corporate, proper cabling and connectivity solutions are important to ensure uninterrupted access to internal and external networks.