• Apple Wood Adams, 10th Floor - Office 1007

At Razzo, we have extensive experience in designing and installing enterprise telecommunication cabling infrastructure  that support multiple hardware uses suitable for today’s needs and those of the future. Our high performance structured cabling solutions enable effective, productive and reliable communication between systems, with lower cost of maintenance, enhanced voice quality. Benefits include less downtime, saving time with proper tracing of ports and cables, ease of identification of faulty ports and a neat & structured look.

Six Subsystems of a Structured Cabling System

There six key subsystems of a structured cabling system:

  • Entrance facility

Entrance facility includes the network demarcation point, cables, protection devices, connecting hardware, and other devices that connect with the on-premises cabling at the customer premises.

  • Equipment room

The equipment room is a centralized location to house equipment and wiring consolidation points. It usually serves users inside the building or campus.

  • Telecommunications room or enclosure

Telecommunications room or enclosure is an enclosed area designed to house telecommunications equipment, cable terminations, cross-connects and distribution frames. Generally, each building has at least one telecommunications room or enclosure.

  • Backbone cabling

The backbone cabling is also called vertical cabling or wring. It offers the interconnection between entrance facilities, telecommunication rooms, and equipment rooms. This type of cabling is done from floor to floor, or even between buildings. And the equipment should be connected by cables of no more than 30 m. What’s more, the cables for backbone cabling can be fiber optic cable, coaxial cable, unshielded twisted-pair (UTP) cable, and shielded twisted-pair (STP) cable.

  • Horizontal cabling

The horizontal cabling refers to the cabling between telecommunications information outlet in the work area and the horizontal cross-connect in the telecommunications room (TR) or telecommunications enclosure (TE). It contains the telecommunications outlet, optional consolidation points, horizontal cable, mechanical terminations, patch cords or jumpers located in the TR or TE. This kind of wiring usually runs above the ceiling or below the floor. What’s more, both Ethernet cable and fiber optic cable are usually used for horizontal cabling.

  • Work Area

Work Area is a place where work-area components are used to connect end-user equipment to communication outlets. The work-area components are also called cable components, including patch cables, communication outlets, and station equipment.

Highlights of our cabling solutions include:

  • Data and voice cables (Cat3, 5, 5e, 6, 6e, and 7).
  • Rack & Cabinet Installations.
  • Data Center & Server Room Wire Management.
  • Conduit and Wire Tray Implementations.
  • Cabling Standards Cable Certification.
  • Structured Cabling and Labeling.
  • Cable Management.
  • Network Infrastructure Implementations.
  • Network Hub and switch installs.
  • Voice, Video and Audio Cabling.
  • Low Voltage Cabling.
  • Terminations of Cat 5, 5e, and 6 patch panels.
  • Gigabit Ethernet Installations.
  • Office equipment relocation services.