Structured Network Cabling
Communication is essential to our society and we rely on the ability to quickly connect to each other and operate business effectively without giving it a second thought. However, behind the walls in businesses, organizations, government institutions and even some new homes are a network of cables and wiring keeping these communications going.
Having a structured cabling design provides a comprehensive telecommunications infrastructure to transmit data, voice, alarm, video or signals seamlessly through the network, allowing all of your communications needs to be met efficiently. Our communication experts at Kobalt Systems will work with our customers to adapt the design to fit the site’s architecture and the network’s purpose. Not only will we take into account specific requirements from the customer and manufacturers guidelines to integrate devices, we will leave room for future growth and expansion. Get in touch with one of our structured cabling technicians today.
Fiber Optics (aka: backbone cabling system) hold together your entire business, allowing businesses to communicate more efficiently. Fiber optic cabling is often faster and more dependable than other types of cabling, making it ideal for companies who need to exchange complex information frequently. Although fiber optic cabling solutions are not required for all business environments, it can serve as a useful solution for large facilities such as hospitals, hotels, schools, universities, restaurants, auto dealerships and warehouses. Fiber optic cabling is frequently used when connecting multiple intermediate distribution frame (IDF) locations together within a large space, for providing connections that span far distances that exceed what standard Category 5e/6/6a cabling can cover, or if a higher speed connection is required.
Specialized training is required to develop the skills to handle fiber optics and at Kobalt Systems in Victoria, BC we have the experienced experts and the equipment for cable preparation, termination, splicing, testing and troubleshooting.