Frequently Asked Questions

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Structured Cabling Questions Answered

JPL Integrated Solutions provides IT services to meet your business needs. We know that some of the tech-speak can sound a little confusing. That’s why we’ve put together this little FAQs to help. Find out how our data and voice cabling solutions can help your business services in Murfreesboro, Nashville, Brentwood, Franklin and the surrounding areas of Middle Tennessee.

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Questions about Structured Cabling

Structured cabling questions that most business owners have

What is structured cabling and why is it important?

Structured cabling is the network cable system designed to support business operations. Structured cabling ensures that all of your networking systems have fast and consistent connections in order to maximize performance, reliability, and efficiency. It provides a foundation for reliable communication with software applications, internet resources, video conferencing, alarm-monitoring, VoIP services and more.

Structured cabling also allows for easy scalability as your business grows, ensuring that you don’t have to worry about expensive upgrades or replacements in the future.

How many drops show I get at each station in the work area?

The number of drops per station depends on the types of devices being used, the number of employees in the office, as well as the space available. A minimum of two drops may be necessary depending on your specific needs. These two drops are sufficient for data and voice transmission. For the sake of easy expansion more drops may be installed at the same time. Planning ahead with extra drops is the more cost-effective approach.

How often should I have my structured cabling replaced?

Depending on the type of environment, your structured cabling could last from 25 years and beyond. You should have your cabling inspected at least every 5 years to get an accurate diagnosis of its condition and receive advice on when it is time to replace it. With regular maintenance, you can ensure that your cabling always runs reliably and efficiently.

How do I know if my business needs structured cabling?

The most common signs of structured cabling problems in your business are slow internet connection, poor audio and video quality, regular dropped calls and alarm system malfunctions. If you’re experiencing any of these issues, it’s time to consult an expert to help you evaluate the performance of your current cabling system.

If you notice slow or unreliable network performance, connectivity issues, or frequent outages, then you may have a structured cabling problem. It’s important to have your current cabling system evaluated by an expert in order to identify any underlying problems and ensure that your business has the most reliable and efficient cabling system possible.

How can I be sure that my cabling will support my business needs?

We understand that every business is unique and has different needs. That’s why our dedicated team of cabling professionals always take the time to listen to your requirements and suggest the best-suited cabling solution for your business. We also use top quality materials and guarantee your cabling will be reliable, secure and up-to-date for years to come.

With Structured Cabling, you can be sure that your cabling will provide reliable and secure performance for many years. Our experts design customised solutions that meet the specific needs of businesses. We also provide maintenance services to keep your network running smoothly. With our advanced products, testing and troubleshooting features, you can rest assured that your cabling has been designed with the future needs in mind.

What does it mean to certify network cables?

Certification is the process of testing and confirming that the cables used in a structured cabling system meet performance standards, such as length, attenuation, cross-talk and resistance. Certification also confirms that the cabling installation meets industry requirements for safety and long-term reliability. It’s important to certify your network cables for secure, efficient and consistent operation.

Certifying your network cables is the process of testing that the cable will perform correctly and reliably when used in its intended application. This process includes running tests that measure electrical characteristics, such as impedance and crosstalk. It also includes checks for length, continuity and insulation integrity. By certifying your cables, you can ensure proper performance of your network for reliable business operations.

Can you organize my existing network cables cabinet?

Absolutely! Our team of professional technicians has the skills and experience to help you neatly organize your network cables cabinet. We have the right tools, such as labeling systems, wire management systems and specialized cable trays, to ensure that all cables are properly organized and managed. This will help eliminate any confusion when managing your network cabling system.

Yes, we certainly can. Our team of professionals is experienced in organizing your existing network cables cabinet in the most efficient way possible. We use modern techniques to optimize the layout and reduce clutter for easier access and maintenance. With our help, you can be sure that your network cabling system is up to date and running smoothly.