What is structured cabling? Structured cabling is defined as building or campus telecommunications cabling infrastructure. Typically, it consists of a number of standardized smaller elements. In a structured cabling system, there is a structure created by a series of patch panels and trunks.
A lot of movies “predict” the future. While some come true, we are still waiting for somethings to happen. The one thing that will be consistent will be the cabling infrastructure because the data will need to travel from point to point. In this blog, we will explains that the future will migrate from copper to fiber eventually.
Also known as a network rack, it is commonly mistaken for a server cabinet, a network cabinet is very different from a server cabinet. Network cabinets are a type of housing for equipment such as network routers, modems, access points switches, panels(patch panels) and a host of other accessories that might be used for networking.