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Netflow Structured Cabling Division provides the design and
turnkey implementation of communication systems solutions.
Netflow expertise includes:
  • Design/Build Capabilities.
  • Experienced Project & Installation Management.
  • Structured Cabling installation services for voice,
        data, video, access control, security systems and     wireless access points.
  • Multiple Media Solutions including Optical Fiber,     Coaxial Cabling, STP and enhanced UTP (Category 5e,     6 and 6a).
  • Fiber-to-the-desk solutions.
  • Closet layouts, racks, cabinets, & wall mount     termination solutions.
  • Auto-CAD design & drawing services evaluation.
  • Cable tray, conduit systems, sleeves and coring     services.
  • Inside cable plant assessments, audits.
        documentation, and cable management solutions.
  • OEM and BICSI Certified Engineers & Technicians.
    Structured Cabling System

    Structured cabling is a series of standards that establish how to wire a data centre, office or a building for voice or data communications employing Category 5 or Category 6 cable and modular sockets. A Structured Cabling System (SCS) consists of cabling and linking products that brings together voice, data and video with different management systems of a building such as security access and safety alarms. A Structured Cabling System needs to be based on international standards to deliver the required performance over a wide range of connected equipment.

    Networks today are in need of a cabling system that can support a wide range of telecommunication installations such as voice, data, video and Building Management System (BMS). The high-performance media systems configured to match these infrastructure requirements, both current and future, are the best bet for this purpose. Copper cabling or optical fiber cabling constitutes the networks. Coming up with a standardized

    SCS and strengthening cable-delivery methods for each of the systems can bring down the initial production expenses for the cabling infrastructure of a modern intelligent building to the extent of 30 per cent.

    This also provides flexibility to the structure to respond quickly and economically to the changing needs of customers, which has an SAn SCS provides many benefits. It removes the possible risks and uncertainties that are associated with piecemeal solutions, enhances total reliability and performance, offers the ability to migrate different networks to easier-to-handle configurations and enables the customer to add new services and remain competitive in the market. An SCS also brings higher return on investment since its probable life-cycle can be arrived at while the life of a non-structured system cannot be ascertained.

    Structured cabling can be categorized into six sub-systems - Entrance Facilities, Equipment Room, Telecommunications Rooms, Backbone Cabling, Horizontal Cabling and Work-Area Components. The division is based on their location and function. The products include cross connects, patch panels, patch cords, physical support solutions and workstation outlets. The market for Structured Cabling Systems used in office data communications applications has been on the upswing and is expected to grow substantially in the next few years.

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