Structured Cabling

What is Structured Cabling?

Structured Cabling is defined as building or campus telecommunications cabling infrastructure that consists of a number of standardized smaller elements called subsystems. Structured cabling falls into the following six sub-systems:

  • Entrance Facilities - where the building interfaces with the outside world.
  • Equipment Rooms  - housing equipment which serves the users inside a building.
  • Telecommunications Rooms - where telecommunication and data equipment resides, connecting the backbone and horizontal cabling sub-systems.
  • Backbone Cabling  - carries signals between the entrance facilities, equipment rooms, and telecommunication rooms.
  • Horizontal Cabling - wiring from telecommunication rooms to the individual outlets on the floor.
  • Work-Area Components - connect end-user equipment to the outlets of the horizontal cabling system.

What Makes ANS Different?

ANS is a professional IT infrastructure design and network cabling installation, as well as a maintenance management company. We provide a communications resource for all your organization's network infrastructure needs.   
ANS' team of seasoned technicians install and support all components for Structured Cable Systems, including ladder racking, cable trays, conduit, j-hooks, relay racks, server racks, cabinets, and all telecommunications bonding and grounding components required for a properly installed Structured Cable System.
Contact Atlanta Network Systems today. Any job is possible when you hire the professionals at ANS.