The term “structured cabling” conjures up images of a neatly installed cabling plant with everything properly labeled. However, structured cabling is actually much more than that. It’s a comprehensive system for designing and implementing a flexible and future-proof network infrastructure
The structured cabling market is expected to grow from $11 billion in 2018 to $25 billion by 2025, according to newly published research by Report Consultant. That represents a compound annual growth rate of more than 14 percent. Rapidly increasing
Five years ago, end-users may have been willing to wait 10 seconds or so for a video to load. They may have put up with choppy video conferences and jittery Voice over IP (VoIP) calls. Those days are long gone.
In the previous post, we discussed why structured cabling is critical to the Internet of Things (IoT). Organizations are rethinking structured cabling as they seek to integrate building automation, energy management, smart lighting and other systems with the IP network
We could trot out the statistics about the billions of Internet-connected devices, objects, sensors, corporate assets and other “things” that comprise the Internet of Things (IoT), but you get the general idea. It’s massive, and it’s growing quickly. While insights