Physical ConnectivityWe provide the physical infrastructure needed to respond to an organisation’s connectivity needs.
Structured copper cabling category 5e/6/6A UTP/FTP:
A system consisting of twisted pair copper cables, connecting hardware (modules and panels) and patch cords, designed and constructed according to international standards specifications, installed by qualified personnel, and offering total performance guarantee according to its category.
Structured fibre optic cabling, MM/SM Next Generation:
A system consisting of fibre optic cables, connecting hardware (connectors, adapters and panels) and patch cords, designed and constructed according to international standards specifications, installed by qualified personnel, and offering total performance guarantee according to its category and performance.
Despite Structured Cabling Systems being a completely passive connection element, they are complex and require rigorous management and documentation to be fully functional. It is clear that the bigger and greater number of points, the more complex is its management.
For this reason we use Smart Cabling Structures which meet and maintain the structure and performance standards, but add an extra management layer that allows the installation to be monitored and documented.
Pre-terminated copper and fibre optics cabling:
As the name suggests, these are cables and systems that are supplied and installed with the measures and connectors made and tested previously off site, in the factory. These cables are often used in uploads and in data centres where high density and installation speed are the main requirements. Another advantage is reuse.
Encapsulating and protective elements with a high density of ports:
As the information transport infrastructure is a structured cabling system, it needs to be efficiently protected while being easy to connect and manage. This is achieved through the use of appropriately sized channels, distribution equipment and storage racks which provide protection. Moreover, when these cabling systems support a data processing centre (DPC) the design and adequacy of the channels and cabinets is essential, because air circulation is of utmost importance to ensure optimal functionality of the CPD.