You may have heard of “structured cabling” before, but you’re not sure what it is. Structured cabling can seem like a daunting and expensive project, but it’s actually one of the best investments you can make for your business. Without a structured cabling system in place, your business could be at risk. Data loss, network outages, and security breaches can occur when an unprepared infrastructure is put in place.
If you want your business to have a reliable and future-proof telecommunications system, then you need to make sure your structured cabling layout is up to par. Tridon Communications can help with that. We’re experts in the field of structured cabling and fiber optics, and we’ll make sure your business has the best infrastructure possible.
How Do Fiber Optic Cables Work?
You know that fiber optic lines are important and necessary for the future of telecom, but you’re not sure why. Fiber optic lines are key to keeping up with the ever-growing demand for bandwidth. Not only do they make long distance calls and internet traffic cheaper, but they also help to bring the internet to more places around the world.
Optical fiber technology has revolutionized the world of networking. Today almost every home, office and business use this type of cable for fast data transfer with minimal interference in communication between devices on different networks.
Fiber optic cables are so advanced that they can even be used for telecommunications on a much larger scale than copper wires. Fiber optic’s superior bandwidth and durability make it an excellent choice in networks with high-quality data needs, such as those found in research facilities or large universities where the number of computers is increasing rapidly but power sources aren’t always enough to go around.
Fiber optics use light rather than electrical signals to transfer data, which is why they can achieve such high speeds. They consist of dozens to hundreds of optical fibers that have fast-traveling pulses of light traveling through them enabling their signal to go farther without any attenuation.
Fiber optics also relies upon another layer called “cladding” that surrounds the inner core. This helps to keep light inside, which means that it can go farther without losing strength or creating weak spots where light leaks out at it’s edges due too easy interruption by external factors.
Advantages of Fiber Optics
Fiber optic cables offer several advantages over copper cabling. Fiber Optics have higher bandwidth and capacity. A single fiber can carry data up to ten times faster than an older cable with similar thickness, making them ideal for today’s high-bandwidth networks. They also minimize the need for expensive signal boosters that are required when dealing exclusively in wired communication because light travels so far without interruption; this means less interference as well.
Tridon Communication Structured Cabling Services
Cabling Layout Design
Tridon Communications is not just your average telecom company. We specialize in designing networks for the toughest environments with an emphasis on resilience and keeping up to date through changing technology.
Our expert Telecommunication Engineers will collaborate with your team to build a robust, effective system that can handle whatever happens – from high volumes of data transfer or connection requests per second to environments prone to high heat, dust, and heavy vibrations.
We have the knowledge and skillset to keep your cabling layout organized and out of sight, so you can focus on other important tasks. A professional cabling installation will provide a clean layout for any workplace while still being accessible in case repairs are needed quickly.
When it comes to dust, heat, and heavy vibrations in industrial environments, Tridon Communications’ maintenance support will catch problems before they cause issues for your operation. Tridon provides a wide range of services that include cable installation plus regular inspections on cables as well as equipment – like power sources or servers – where data may be stored so there’s no need to worry about potential damage.
Belden Cable Solutions
Industrial Ethernet Cable
Industrial grade ethernet cables are perfect for tough environments like those found in industrial settings. The Belden brand has been designed to handle the toughest conditions and keep your network running smooth.
Optical Distribution Frame Cabinets
Belden’s DCX Optical Distribution Frame Cabinets provide a front access, fully configurable, and highly secure means for connecting fiber cables. The cabinets come equipped with lockable doors that can easily be opened without sacrificing security or protection.