Structured Cabling for Growing Networks

Your Cabling Infrastructure is the Backbone of Your Network

The cabling infrastructure is the backbone of your voice and data networks and needs to be installed precisely and accurately to ensure optimum performance. Structured cabling helps you make the most efficient use of your voice and data networks while providing the longest possible usable life for each piece of equipment.

As your business grows, the need for structured cabling will become increasingly obvious. You are likely to be continually adding more devices and more communications lines. A structured cabling solution from Merlin Communications keeps your IT team and network infrastructure personnel from wasting time and energy caught up in a tangle of wires.

Easy, Affordable Solutions to Set Up Your Network Architecture

Structured cabling assistance from Merlin Communications is an easy, affordable way to set up your network architecture. It will be efficient and manageable, tying together multiple phones, computers and other devices in an organized fashion that can optimize workflow and minimize downtime.

Structured cabling makes your physical space look cleaner, helps your network stay organized and makes problems or failures in the system easy to isolate when they occur. This way, you can get back up and running faster.

In addition, our structured cabling solutions are highly adaptable. We can help you create a scalable network so you can easily add new devices and applications to your network without incurring the costs of reworking the whole system.

Consider our range of structured cabling solutions and contact us for a free quote on structured cabling for your business today.

We can quote your new projects including:

  • Overhead cable
  • Fiber applications
  • Running new data and voice cabling
  • Distributed cabling for large facilities
  • Speaker cabling for overhead paging systems

Need some clean up of existing wiring?

Our expert technicians at Merlin Communications can make sense of what exists so you can plan a future direction.

  • Cleaning up existing wiring closets
  • Identifying and labeling cable runs
  • Replacing damaged cabling