Structured Cabling

Structured Cabling

Professional and reliable cabling is integral to all modern communications systems. Here at QUADNET, we provide access to data cabling solutions for phones, cameras, and PCs, making it easier than ever for your business to get connected. Our structured cabling solutions are National Broadband Network (NBN) ready, with high-quality Cat5e and Cat6 Ethernet cables used alongside various mobility solutions. Along with computers and phone systems, cabling is important for CCTV, cameras, and mobile devices.

What Is Structured Cabling?

In a telecommunications system, structured cabling is an architectural approach to cabling that refers to cabling infrastructure consisting of many smaller elements or subsystems. When designing a system, the experts at QUADNET analyse your current infrastructure and design a system that meets your data and communications needs. We always follow network cabling standards and have the experience and expertise required to design and implement systems quickly and efficiently.

In a modern structured cable system, fibre optic cabling and modular connectors are applied in various topologies to meet the needs of the customer. We have experience working with the IPECS-UCP (Unified Communications Platform) system and other next generation IP solutions. The IPECS-UCP offers advanced functionality such as distributed architecture, various mobility solutions, and application integration, features that businesses rely on every day to improve productivity and enhance workflow.

Internet Protocol (IP) vs. Analogue Phone Systems

Modern businesses have the choice between new IP phone systems or conventional analogue phone systems. IP phone systems are hosted in the cloud, with the voice over internet protocol (VoIP) and session initiation protocol (SIP) used to connect handsets and computers to the internet. QUADNET provides a range of hosted solutions, all of which depend on Ethernet cabling to transfer voice, text, and video data within your organisation and to the outside world.

Conventional phones typically use private automatic branch exchange (PABX) technology to connect voice and data services within an organisation. These systems can use either twister pair copper or Ethernet cables, with the backbone cable choice dependent on the final application. The structured cabling designs used at QUADNET allow businesses to utilise their existing telecommunications infrastructure and implement new features based on need.