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Businesses these days need to be hooked-up properly with the right data network cabling if they are if they are to have any hope of “connective longevity” and viability at all. This means, you need the right size, type, and quantity of data cabling for your structured network cabling installation.

To help paint a better picture of how it can benefit you and your business, we’ve provided some key advantages of structured network cabling, plus a few other benefits that BACS can deliver with one of our data cabling service packages:

Better Return on Investment. A structured cabling system unifies your IT network for data, voice, and video. That unified structure reduces the need for updates and lowers your maintenance costs. Additionally, any additions, moves, or changes can be made within the system with ease, saving your company both time and money.

Reduced Risk of Downtime. There is a high risk of human error and mistakes being made with multiple, unorganized cabling structures, which can cause workflow disruptions and network downtime. As aforementioned, a well-planned cabling system also means easier troubleshooting, so it’s easier to identify and rectify faults quickly.

Simpler Management. With structured cabling, you won’t need to continually call on a big team to keep your data center cabling under control, as it can be administered and managed by minimum staff. And, when changes do need to be made to the system, they can be done in a faster, more efficient way, with minimal disruption.

The Expansive Benefit. Structured cabling exhibits high bandwidth, which means it will be able to support future applications or add-ons. These add-ons can include multimedia or video conferencing, with little interruption to your current system. As a result, you can be assured your system won’t become prematurely dated. Using structured wiring allows your system’s infrastructure to adapt to your future telecommunication requirements.

More Flexibility Within Your System. Handling multiple wiring systems can be difficult. A structured cabling system, however, consolidates your wiring system into a single infrastructure that transfers data in multiple formats. This flexibility also makes the system easy to dismantle and move to a new location if needed.

It Looks Better. Where aesthetics enters into the equation, structured cabling creates a cleaner, more un-cluttered look than a point-to-point cabling or multiple wiring system. A cabling system plagued with too many wires can slow functionality, but a unified cabling system is more efficient and easy to use.

The benefits of structured cabling simply can’t be overstated when deciding on the telecommunications network arrangement that’s right for your company. To have a simplified system with room for growth, and one that maximizes functionality, saving your business both time and money, structured cabling is the best choice.

Further Advantages of Structured Cabling

And, there are even more advantages to having structured cable powering your network, such as:

  • Installation time is reduced as efficient changes and upgrades are allowed.
  • The bulk and congestion of traditional cabling is also reduced. An organized and planned infrastructure allows for the use of smaller diameter trunk cabling and cleaner cable management.
  • Structured cabling improves airflow, and the reduced congestion decreases the chances for blocked airflow and crushed cables.
  • Future upgrades are supported, and the modular design make moves, add-ons, and changes simple.
  • Power and cooling usage and their attendant cost is also reduced, which is yet another attractive sales point for businesses looking to trim costs.

The BACS Structured Cabling Advantage

The approach we like to take when repairing, replacing, or upgrading our clients’ cabling is one of being unobtrusive, efficient, and fast (wherever possible).

Our team, like most cablers, is comprised of licensed, experienced cable installers. But, perhaps unlike all cablers, we only use the highest quality cable wiring and connectors, ensuring that your data network is always running at peak performance.

Every aspect of your cabling infrastructure is thoroughly tested. And, we won’t leave the project until we are certain that your network is functioning flawlessly.

In addition to installing new network cabling systems, we also repair and provide maintenance for existing systems.

Where Are Our Cabling Services Available?

Bay Area Consulting Group provides full-featured structured cabling services and support to San Francisco businesses across the Bay Area. Whether you’re based in San Francisco, Oakland, San Jose CA, or you do business in Marin County, we’ll provide you with customized network cabling solutions that will keep your operation running at the highest connectivity and performance levels possible.

What Do Our Structured Network Cabling Installations Cost?

The cost of our structured network cabling installations and service vary from job to job, of course. But, no matter if you’re a startup, small business, or a medium to large enterprise, BACS will perform a quick evaluation of your data network requirements, and provide custom-made network cabling solutions for you based on it, which are also designed to be as budget-friendly as possible.

Ready for Your Structured Network Cabling Consultation?

 

If you’re ready for a leader amongst San Francisco structured cabling companies to handle your next cabling installation, then call BACS today! You can reach us at (650) 887-4601 or contact us online for more info on getting the type of data cabling services in the Bay Area that will keep your business optimally connected and have you enjoying all the advantages of structured network cabling!

Published on 9th September 2017 by James Berger.