Structured Cabling

To compete in the thriving Denver business climate, a streamlined IT network is essential. Structured cabling sets the foundation on which to build and grow. Give your business the cabling it deserves with help from one of the most experienced and reputable cabling engineers in Colorado. Put your trust in Harden Communications.

Structured Cabling - What It Is:

Structured cabling is a type of infrastructure that supports the performance of your organization’s IT network. Think of it as the glue that binds all PCs, phones and other devices used within the business. Structured cabling provides a reliable and versatile solution to a wide range of communication requirements. IT and communication needs will vary from business to business, but regardless of your needs, structured cabling can ensure a highly reliable and cost-effective network infrastructure that will stand the test of time.

Structured cabling is also beneficial because it is designed to accommodate moves, add-ons and changes. Installation time is reduced and optimum adaptability to any network infrastructure change is ensured. You can rest assured that your structured cabling network won’t become outdated and will support all emerging applications as your business grows.

Benefits of Structured Cabling:

One of the most significant benefits of structured cabling is the high bandwidth, which makes it reliable and fast. Ultimately, this translates to higher productivity and optimal business working conditions.

In today’s competitive global business world, having adaptable IT that is scalable and can respond quickly to industry changes is vital. In order to retain existing customers and continuously acquire new ones, businesses need a data center that supports the quick and easy development and deployment of new services.

In a typical office environment, multiple communication devices and IT equipment are being used at the same time, so running everything off of a single system eliminates the complexity of having multiple wiring infrastructures in place.

For example, if a problem occurs, it is far easier to identify the issue and solve it with structured cabling. You will save time and money as the troubleshooting will be isolated to a single network.

The scalable and highly flexible network will provide a continuous flow of information and will be able to withstand the high demands placed upon it by your business.

Having a structured cabling network in place also allows you to reduce the risk of downtime. There is a high risk of human error and mistakes with multiple, unorganized cabling structures, which can cause workflow disruptions and network downtime. This issue is greatly reduced when you rely on a structured cabling system.


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