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New York City Structured Cabling

If you are working on a new construction project that must be fully wired, or an office or building which only requires just a few more data drops, we’ll help you with all your wiring and structured cabling needs.

As a low-voltage contractor and structured cabling business located in New York City, we have extensive knowledge and experience in offering professional voice and data cabling and wiring services to every industry. We are in close contact with management companies, construction contractors, firms, IT managers, interior and architectural designers, as well as business proprietors.

WHAT KINDS OF CABLING CAN THESE NEW YORK NERDS DO?

What Can The Florida Nerds Do For You?

Tell us what you need, and we’ll do it.

It’s that simple. Repairing your laptop’s broken keyboard? No problem. Setting up that new Wi-Fi router? You got it. And more. So much more. Keep reading.

Network & Data Cabling

The New York Nerds designs and implements systems that allow seamless communications and integration between IT devices made up of fibre optics cables, Cat5, Cat5e, Cat6, Cat6e, and other cables too.

Telecom Cable

The New York Nerds will setup your telephone system with the proper cabling to ensure no calls are dropped and all faxes are sent because of the backend cabling.

Structured Cabling NYC

We employ industry-standard designs for office backbone connections made of fibre optics cables such as CAT5/5e, CAT6/6e, and CAT5.

Repairing of Cabling and Wiring

Diagnostic and remediation of issues and upgrading and enhancing existing cables.

Rack Cabling For Servers and Network Closets

Professionally organized and labeled cabling that is arranged around racks of data centers. We can also tear out and replace existing rack cabling. Call us today for more information on how we can help you.

Structured Cabling Upgrades

Sometimes offices have older infrastructure that needs to be replaced. We can help replace the old with newer, faster techology that will last for years to come

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Here’s more about Structured Cabling from the New York Nerds

Imagine you’re buying a brand new desk lamp to put in the office. You’re excited to play with the lamp but instead of connecting the outlet to a wall the area, you’ll have to connect the extension cable through the basement for it to be connected to the panel for breakers. You must use the same method for powering a brand new printer or any other device that needs electricity.

The first networks in IT were connected in this manner and with patching before the advent of organized cabling and the corresponding standards were developed. Simply said structured cabling is a system of cabling that offers an organized, standardized method of cabling that permits simple modifications in the technology network.

Together with fixed connections like fixed power cabling which connects to power outlets Structured cabling standards supply subsystems to aid in the creation, installation and maintenance of IT networks.

The major standards groups, which includes ISO/IEC, TIA and CENELEC, established guidelines for cabling that is structured in commercial offices data centers, offices and other areas. These standards describe the cabling types and the equipment utilized in these settings are:

  • Categories 6A, 6A
  • Fiber optic cabling
  • Modular connectors

Connectors that are standardized, as well as copper and fiber cabling performance classifications as well as design guidelines has significantly simplified the creation and implementation of network infrastructures.

The idea that structured cabling can be so efficient that other applications that are not IT-related such as Building Automation Services security, audiovisual and building automation HD have used the same principles so that their devices that are installed on the device can be upgraded or replaced without having to change the entire cabling system.

Things have changed significantly since structured cabling solutions began to be employed in the environments where we live, work in however their advantages because of standardization have made the technology into an indispensable element of our lives and our society.

It’s important to know that there is a distinct difference between the local network (LAN) constructed with WAP, and the wireless mobile technology which is provided by a cell phone provider. Cellular carriers provide connectivity across an extensive space that includes 4G, 3G and LTE (long-term technology) connectivity to information that is routed through the cell phone tower and is later transmitted to the internet via cell towers.

While WAPs, on the other hand, are a wireless local area network that is usually restricted to a limited area. The benefit of WAPs in comparison to cell data is that they are wireless networks which are created by an access point may be accessible to everyone without cost, as opposed to the cellular network that may be expensive to use (unless you’re in a plan with unlimited data which could subject them to data throttle once they’ve reached their limits of their data).

Additionally to this, some mobiles don’t offer cellular data at a reasonable price and require users to use the mobile hotspot or depend on the wireless network local to them. It is essential for every company to provide wireless internet service.

These are tips for installing WAP to help you optimize the configuration of your access point as well as the return on investment of wireless networks.

The installation of computer cables and networks can be complicated and precise. Two of the most crucial cabling methods that are employed to create structured cabling are horizontal and backbone cabling. These two types of cabling form several of the essential components in the structured cabling.

While they might be distinct, horizontal and backbone cabling complement each other and are both required for different kinds of cabling specifications.

What is Backbone Cabling Made Of?

Backbone cabling is also known as cabling, which is a means of connecting between the areas of entry facilities for the equipment and telecoms rooms. It is typically located from floor to ceiling however it could also be connected between IT rooms on the same floor.

Backbone Standard cable term as defined by the Telecommunications Industry Association(TIA) stipulates:

“The function of the backbone cabling is to provide interconnections…Backbone cabling consists of the backbone cables, intermediate and main cross-connects, mechanical terminations, and patch cords or jumpers used for backbone-to-backbone cross-connection. Backbone cabling also includes wiring connecting buildings.”

Backbone wiring and cables can be classified into two types of cabling: inter-building as well as intra-building. Inter-building backbone wiring is installed between buildings, while intra-building cabling is placed between IT rooms of the same building.

The Principal Parts in Backbone Cabling Components

The most important elements of backbone cabling are:

  • Cable paths to make space to route cable routing. This could comprise raceways, conduits shafts, floor penetrations, or shafts like slots and sleeves.
  • Connecting hardware with patches or interconnections crossing-connections, connecting blocks or interconnections. Certain times the hardware connection could be a combination of these possibilities.
  • Backbone wiring , by itself, could be coaxial, optical fiber, twisted pair copper or a combination of these cable types.
  • Support features are needed when needed, for example cable support equipment, grounding equipment as well as firestopping.

What does it mean? horizontal cabling?

Horizontal cabling is connected from an Telecoms Room and enclosure, connecting to the individual outlets for workstations and the Work area Outlet (WAO). It is generally set up in a star pattern that connects every work area to the telecommunications zone.
Cables made from copper (CAT5e, cable CAT6a and The CAT6e) is the most well-known kind of cable that is used in Horizontal runs. However fiber optic and coaxial cables are also readily available. It is essential to keep in mind that all horizontal cables regardless of cable kind, should be kept to a distance of at least 90m from Work Area Outlet and the connecting point within the telecommunications zone to ensure that they are in line with TIA guidelines..

There is a difference in the Horizontal as well as Backbone Cabling
The backbone and horizontal cabling differ from each other in the areas they can be able to cover. Backbone cabling connects entry points as well as equipment rooms and telecoms rooms. Horizontal cabling connects telecoms rooms to every outlet located on floor of the structure. Backbone cables are also able to connect floors but they isn’t recommended. There are instances where workstations’ cables that are horizontal on one floor could be connected to a telecommunications room located on a different floor , however this isn’t an efficient method, as it doesn’t change the name of the room with the designation “Backbone” even if the cables are in an upward direction.

The two distinct types of cabling are different in terms of requirements. Although they use the same kind of cable backbone cabling is a specific kind of cable that is governed by specifications since it is utilized in between floor levels. It should be strong enough to support its own weight and should be secured so that it can be moved across floors.

In addition, both backbone as well as horizontal cables should be compliant with specific fire-rating standards that differ in accordance with the specific project. It’s fairly simple in the case of horizontal cables. The issue is that cable used for backbone cables (and inter-building backbones in particular) can be a bit more difficult when they are run through underground. It is suggested to examine the professional who is responsible for structured cabling to make sure the correct type of cable is in use at the place where the cables are placed.

Picking the most suitable structure cabling Partner

Because backbone and horizontal cabling are vital elements of structured cabling, it is essential to have an experienced cabling professional who is reputable to develop and install your cabling infrastructure. An unprofessional design or installation that is not done correctly could cause a lot of expensive and costly problems later on for your business.

The Florida Nerds has been providing structured cabling since 1994. Contact the experts with over 25 years of expertise!

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