A BT Structured Cabling system provides a universal platform for transferring data, voice and multimedia applications around premises.

Sockets are presented around your building in the same way as electrical mains sockets. The cables from these sockets then run back to a central communications cabinet and are terminated on patch panels where the telephone lines and data connections are also presented.

Making connections through the Structured Cabling scheme is simple. To connect a phone or computer to one of these sockets requires the use of a patch lead in the case of a computer, or a telephone adapter in the case of a telephone.

A Structured Cabling solution is designed in accordance with international standards, thus ensuring predictable performance across a broad range of connected equipment. The majority of current installations are carried out to category 5e/6 standards. However, BT can provide cabling schemes to any customer specification.

 
 

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