Structured cables ensure your infrastructure is much easier to manage. If you’re planning to expand or relocate your existing network, a structured cabling installation can be easily repaired and effortlessly adapted to meet your changing business needs.

If you feel your organisation would benefit from a new structured cabling system, contact Octopus for advice. 

We create tailored voice and data structured cabling installations that support multiple signals – including those which carry CCTV, public address, video and audio data – and cater for a range of devices.

Our structured cabling systems are made up of central cabinets on each floor which house patch panels, switches and telephone system links. The patch panels are directly connected to floor or wall outlets which are capable of delivering either a voice or data signal to the desktop that’s linked to the network. The individual floor cabinets are then linked via either copper or fibre-optic backbone cables to the network fileservers and telephone system, creating a fully integrated data and voice network.

What’s the next step? Contact Octopus Cabling to discuss your structured cabling requirements with a member of our team.

Why choose Octopus Cabling?

Established in 2002, our team have a wealth of experience in ICT and telecommunications and have expert knowledge of the latest electrical products and systems.

We have worked with hundreds of organisations and companies of all sectors and sizes, within both the public and private sector, including universities, MOD, schools, hospitals, local government and other publicly funded organisations.

We are a trusted and respected partner and hold industry recognised accreditations. All our engineers carry ECS cards and we hold SafeContractor© accreditation.

We provide a professional, robust and prompt service, with a personal and friendly approach. Many of our customers view us as an extension to their in-house teams.

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