Network cables, the backbone of a network’s infrastructure.

Selecting the right type is critical.

In any network infrastructure, network cables are one of the most important aspects. With the introduction of newer technologies, network storage devices, wireless access points, etc.,  it is even more critical to ensure you are selecting the right cabling.

Types of network cables, include varieties of ethernet copper cabling and fibre optic cabling.

Structured Cabling

This can be described as the communication cabling within a building and includes the standard of installation and systems used, for example; a patch panel, network cable and network jacks.

Almost every important device within a business relies on structured cabling. Examples include

  • telephone calls
  • computers
  • servers
  • emails
  • internet access
  • Wi-Fi
  • security

Currently wireless access points can be powered through a type of network cables known as Power over Ethernet (PoE).  This is an increasingly popular cabling option with devices such as laptops to lighting now having the potential to be powered this way.

At Solveit we view our clients network structure as an investment and one which has long lasting potential.

To ensure our customers get the best structured network solutions our expert technicians at Solveit stay on top of current technology trends.

If you would like more information on the best cabling fit for you or your business Solveit will be able to provide you with the most up to date and appropriate solutions, tailored for your specific needs.


<script class=’CspSyndicationScript’ type=’text/javascript’ src=’’></script>
<div class=’showcase’></div><a href=’’ class=’SEOLink’ style=’font-family:Arial,Helvetica,sans-serif;font-size:11px;color:#777;text-decoration: none;’>Webroot</a>