Network cabling in Georgia
Structured Cabling Atlanta, GA
Structured cabling is the backbone of your communication system. Having a solid infrastructure for telephone and computer networks provides many benefits for your Atlanta business.
Whether you’re looking to upgrade or maintain your existing system, or you’re in need of an entirely new network infrastructure, we offer Atlanta structured cabling solutions that are flexible and scalable to your needs.
Benefits of Installing Structured Cabling in Atlanta
- Less system downtime
- Lower infrastructure maintenance costs
- Greater ROI for your Atlanta business
- Better equipped for business expansion throughout Georgia
- More flexibility to dismantle and move to a new location outside of Georgia
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Your Atlanta Structured Cabling Partner
Data Line Technologies is committed to maximizing network systems in Atlanta, specializing in structured cabling, data recovery and remote management. Working with our team, you’ll get boots-on-the-ground support.
- Voice & Data Cabling
- Fiber Optic Cabling
- Wireless Solutions
- Remote Troubleshooting
- Multi-Vendor Equipment Support
- One-Stop-Shop IT Services
Other IT Services in Atlanta, GA
We aim to provide our clients with the best IT solutions and customer service that will help enhance their business performance and connect with the world beyond Atlanta.
Looking for other IT service in Atlanta? We’ve got ’em.
- Data Recovery
- Remote Management
- Site Surveys
- Wi-Fi Installation
- Network Deployment
- IT Consulting Services
6 Subsystems of Structured Cabling in Atlanta
At Data Line Technologies, we stick to the structured cabling standards (ANSI/TIA-568-C.0 & ANSI/TIA-568-C.1) to ensure the long-term success of your business in Atlanta.
Learn more about the six subsystems that make up a solid structured cabling foundation.
The entrance facilities contain connections between outside and inside cabling. This is the point where the telephone company network ends and your business's wiring begins.
The equipment room is a centralized, environmentally controlled space that houses your wiring consolidation for the entire building.
The backbone cabling interconnects entrance facilities, equipment rooms and telecommunications rooms. This is a typical component for data centers.
Horizontal wiring consists of the standard inside wiring that connects telecommunications rooms to individual outlets or work areas on your floor. This wiring typically goes through ceiling spaces, conduits, etc.
The telecommunications rooms or enclosures connect the backbone cabling and horizontal cabling. Depending on the needs of your facility and network situation, you may either use one or both types.
The work area components connect your employees' equipment to the outlets of the horizontal cabling system. This is the last step in the chain of structured cabling for your business's network.