Structured Cabling

Structured Cabling for your Business
Here’s how it works

We’ll run wires through walls and ceilings to connect your voice and data connections. The wires are connected to every office and cubicle in your workplace and “terminate” in your telephone closets and server rooms. After setting up your employees, we test everything to make sure you always have fast and clear network connections.

Licensed, Bonded, and Insured

Systech Consulting Technicians are highly trained, Licensed, and Certified in their area of Expertise. In addition, each member of our team undergoes an extensive background and reference check. We only work with the best Technicians and Engineers.

What is Cabling & Wiring?

Your business depends on having a reliable phone system and Internet connection. But what about the wiring system that plays a key role in whether or not you’ll always be up and running?

A cabling system should be a long-term investment, so be sure that it is properly designed to avoid future network problems. By hiring Systech Consulting as your licensed & certified cabling installers, we’ll ensure your cable network is reliable and will meet or exceed your voice and data needs.

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Systech Consulting

1253 NW Highland Street Roseburg, Oregon 97470

Data Cabling Services

Infrastructure Services

Licensed and Certified Low Voltage Engineers

Systech Consulting will provide you with the best Structured Cabling System for any situation.

We are a Low Voltage Specialty Certified Licensed Contractor with more than 50 years of experience in the field installing all types of cabling systems. We are able to install from one to thousands of cables in any environment.

Our experienced certified technicians will make sure that your installations are done following the most recent electrical codes, standards and regulations.

The best Structured Cabling System for any situation

Systech Consulting’s Field Services Team offers excellence in planning, design, installation, and maintenance of structured network cable infrastructure that is flexible and scalable to your business needs.

Structured Cabling and Its Importance

The demand for a business’s cable network has only increased since the emergence of personal computers, laptops, and VoIP calling services. At a time when point-to-point cabling was the only option, structure cabling emerged as the technological savior everyone needed.

With point-to-point cabling, each piece of hardware had its own cable. The cabling practically ran from one end of the room to the other. This would result in a disorganized mess of wire and cables that could be disconnected accidentally or cause tripping hazards.

Structured cabling solutions were developed as a solution to this, as well as to meet the growing demand for speed and bandwidth. Today, they exist as the ideal solution for a business’s network.

Structured Cabling Today

The electrical sector has developed a specialty as technology has advanced from simple wiring for telegraph and telephones to complex structured cabling networks for data, voice, audio/visual, wi-fi, and other applications.

Commercial construction businesses understand that new building electrical needs go beyond lights and outlets and that most electrical contractors do not train their workforce in low voltage expertise. They hire a qualified specialist contractor to design, build and install structured cabling infrastructures that will deliver efficient and optimum communication and digital technology network performance.

It is this building or campus telecommunications cabling infrastructure that is referred to as structured cabling. Usually made up of a number of smaller, standardized components, structured cabling exists as a sequence of patch panels and trunks. This enables hardware ports to be connected to a patch panel at the rack’s top. Then, through a trunk in the MDA, the patch panel is connected to another patch panel.

Structured cabling’s key feature, however, is the MDA (Main Distribution Area). It provides a location for all MACs (Moves, Adds, and Changes) to be made via patch cords of short length.

A correctly designed and equipped structured cabling system creates an infrastructure that delivers stable performance while also being flexible enough to accommodate moves, additions, and changes; it also increases system availability, provides redundancy, and future-proofs the cabling system’s usability.

In short, the structured cabling system, unlike the traditional point-to-point cable method, can avoid the tangle of wiring and transmit expanding data at rapid rates. It is an important part of the communication infrastructure. The following are some of the advantages:

Efficient

Structured cabling is adaptable, allowing for quick moves, additions, and adjustments. It cuts down on both installation and maintenance time. What’s more, due to the fact that moves, additions, and changes are done in the MDA rather than dragging long patch cords from equipment racks, they are also much easier to manage.

Saves Money

Structured cabling is a straightforward, organized cabling arrangement. It can save money on power and maintenance by avoiding the costs of locating and rectifying.

Reduces the Downtime Risk

When people manage various, unstructured cabling arrangements, there is a great risk of human error. These errors can disrupt traffic and cause network outages. Structured cabling is well-organized and easy to locate, minimizing the potential of downtime.

Appealing To The Eye

A structured cabling system will seem considerably cleaner than a point-to-point wiring arrangement. Because the changes are made in the MDA rather than the hardware, the hardware may usually be cabled up and not modified. This preserves the aesthetic appeal of the cabling in front of the switch.

Systech is a leading expert in structured cabling networks, and can help you install, maintain, and troubleshoot your business’s cabling infrastructure. With decades of experience in the IT industry, our experts are always ready to help.

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