Consistency of design, layout and logic are the keys to a structured wiring system.  TelData has, since its inception, incorporated all of these elements in its structured cabling solutions. A structured wiring system consists of standardized components that link wires together in a systematic, intelligent way coupled with a set of rules for building “smart wiring” and defining standards that specify the minimum requirements for communications cabling within a commercial building. “Structure” brings order to what has often been an afterthought --- wiring.

Your network and voice communication systems are critical to the success of your company. Without the proper structured wiring system in place, you simply can not take full advantage of their capabilities. A structured cabling system will improve system performance in multiple ways:

·         It eases network segmentation, the job of dividing the network into pieces to isolate and minimize traffic, and thus congestion.

·         It insures that proper physical requirements, such as distance, capacitance, and attenuation are met.

·         It insures that additions, moves and changes are easily made without expensive and cumbersome rewiring.

·         It substantially reduces problem detection and isolation time.

·         It allows for intelligent, easy and computerized tracking and documentation.

 TelData structured cabling solutions provide a flexible, esthetically pleasing cabling infrastructure that support all of your communication needs across all media. From design, installation, testing and documentation, TelData has the ability to handle the entire process.

TelData’s  Media offerings include: 

·         Copper Infrastructure – voice and data structured cabling solutions.

·         Fiber Optic – A complete line of high performance multimode and single mode fiber optic cable and ancillary equipment.

·         Coaxial cable – CATV applications and miscellaneous legacy applications.

·         RF and Laser – Applications for line-of-sight  “campus” and “building to building” connectivity.