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Data Centre Cabling

Ensure optimal performance and reliability for your data centre with our comprehensive cabling solutions. From structured to unstructured cabling, we offer expert design, installation, and maintenance services. 


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Data Center Services

Our data centre and design capabilities include

Assistance with Planning Applications

Building Regulations Compliant

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Data Cabinet Tidy & Refreshes

Poorly executed patching can result in sluggish networks and subsequent downtime for your network. To prevent this, our team can tidy your cabinets or completely refresh your infrastructure to achieve optimal performance.

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Emergency Data Cabling Repairs

With our team of skilled engineers stationed across the UK & EU, we can provide rapid response to deliver effective solutions for any data cabling infrastructure problems your business might encounter.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is data centre cabling?

Data centre cabling is the network of cables used in a typical data centre. There are two main data centre cable types: structured and unstructured.

What's the difference between structured and unstructured cabling?

Structured cabling design follows data center standards, with predefined connection points and pathways. It begins with performance testing and organizing and labeling cables. Although installation may take longer and be more costly than an unstructured approach, the overall operational costs are lower and the system lifespan is longer.

Unstructured cabling disregards data center standards, resulting in higher energy costs and challenging cable management.

What are the 4 main types of data center cabling?

Most data centres typically use four main types of network cabling. These are:

-AC/DC power cable: AC current changes polarity as it flows through the cables, while DC current does not.

-Copper: Copper cables use electrical signals and have three main types: coaxial, unshielded twisted pair, and shielded.

-Fiber optic cable: Fiber optic cables consist of strands of glass fibers encased in insulation. These advanced cables are specifically engineered for ultra-fast, long-range data networking and telecommunications, delivering unparalleled performance and reliability.

-Ground: Ground cables connect a system to the earth, transferring electricity to the ground during high voltage or irregular electrical currents.
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