Network Cabling

What is it?

Structured cabling is the installation of cable in your building that can carry data from computers or telephones. Most commonly this is installed in offices between a central rack where the cables are patched into a network switch or phone system, and sockets placed next to users desks or other equipment such as photocopiers or printers.

Unitron Systems have undertaken cabling installation in buildings all all sizes from just a few points to several hundred.


Rear of patch panels


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A Unitron engineer will visit the site in order to discuss the location and number of points required. We will also discuss the location of the central switch equipment as well as the best path for the cabling to be routed throughout the building.

Once this is complete a bespoke quote will be produced covering the cost of installation and any extra equipment requested.


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