Structured cabling

Ethernet and fiber optics

Structured cabling is a type of network cabling infrastructure that uses standardized cabling and connectivity solutions to provide reliable and high-speed network connectivity. Ethernet CAT cables and fiber optics are two common types of structured cabling that are used in modern network environments. Ethernet CAT cables are copper-based cabling that provides reliable and fast data transmission speeds over short to medium distances. Fiber optics, on the other hand, use light to transmit data over longer distances and at higher speeds. By implementing structured cabling solutions, you can improve the reliability and performance of your network, reduce the risk of downtime, and simplify network management.

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