Structured cabling design and installation is governed by a set of ANSI and TIA standards that specify wiring for data centers, offices, and multi-family housing structures for data or voice communications using various classifications of cable, most commonly category 5e (CAT-5e), category 6 (CAT-6) and fiber optic. These standards define how to lay cabling in a variety of topologies to ensure the needs of the customer are met, typically using a centrally located, rack-mounted patch panel, switch and cable management hardware. Depending on which low-voltage, telecom contractor you hire, standards for what constitutes a quality structured cable installation differ. At True Telecom and Surveillance, we pride ourselves on giving our customers the most well organized, clearly labeled and visually appealing structured cabling installations possible.
TRUE Telecom provides professional installation of video conferencing equipment, home theater systems, intercom, and projection solutions in Redding, CA.


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