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  2. 2. TopicsTopics Introduction What is Structured Cabling What is the TIA/EIA? How is structured cabling used? Advantages of Structured Cabling What Types of Equipment Can Use Structured Cabling? Why Structured Cabling Structured Wiring vs. Conventional Wiring Importance Of Structured Cabling Single Line Diagram Installation Technique Innovation In Structured Cabling
  3. 3. IntroductionIntroductionMany network administrator keep hearingthat the network is down because of someor the other reasons. Various researchesindicates that in many cases, the network isdown because of inferior cabling system
  4. 4. IntroductionIntroductionStructured cabling divides the entireinfrastructure into manageable blocks andthen attempts to integrate these blocks toproduce the high-performance networksthat we have now come to rely on. To theuser, this means investment protection
  5. 5. WHAT IS STUCTURED CABLINGWHAT IS STUCTURED CABLINGStructured cabling is an architecture forcommunications cabling that is specified bythe TIA/EIA. It includes communicationscabling from the point where it enters abuilding, through the equipment andtelecommunications rooms, and up to thepoint where it connects to equipment in thework area. This system supports high speedvoice and data networks.
  6. 6. What is the TIA/EIA?What is the TIA/EIA? TIA/EIA stands for "TelecommunicationsIndustry Association / Electronic IndustriesAlliance." The TIA/EIA is an industry tradeassociation that creates interoperability standardsfor the products made by member companies,including the standards for structured cablingsystems. Following TIA/EIA standards ensuresthat the parts of a structured cabling system willbe compatible and allows for ease of moves, adds,and changes
  7. 7. A cut-out view of a building with a typical structuredA cut-out view of a building with a typical structuredcabling system is shown belowcabling system is shown below
  8. 8.  A building entrancefacility is the point wherethe outside cabling andservices interface with theintrabuilding backbonecabling. A larger view isshown at right
  9. 9.  An equipmentroom is the areawhere incomingbackbone cablinginterfaces withelectronicequipment, such asa telephone switchand/or wide areanetwork (WAN)hardware. It is alsothe cross-connectpoint to theoutgoing backbonecabling.
  10. 10.  The backbonecabling is the maintrunk or feeder forthe horizontalcabling that isbrought into thetelecommunicationsroom. It consists ofthe cable andmechanicalterminations forbackbone-to-backbone cross-connects.
  11. 11.  A telecommunicationsroom is the area withina building that housesthetelecommunications /networkingequipment, as well asthe connectionsbetween backbone andhorizontal cabling.
  12. 12.  As its name implies,the horizontal cablingruns in a horizontaldirection. It extendsbetween thetelecommunicationsroom and the workarea. It includes thecable, work areaoutlet, and any cross-connect (patch) cords.
  13. 13. How is structured cabling used?How is structured cabling used? Structured cabling is sometimes referred to as"low voltage" or "data/voice" cabling. It serves asthe infrastructure for telephone and local areanetwork (LAN) connections in commercialbuildings. It carries voice and data to work areaequipment such as telephones, fax machines, andcomputers. It can also carry video for applicationssuch as teleconferencing. The efficient flow ofinformation is vital to the success of todaysorganizations, and users have come to expect thesame reliability from networks as they do fromutilities such as electric, gas and phone service.
  14. 14. Advantages of Structured CablingAdvantages of Structured Cabling • Consistency - A structured cabling systems means the same cablingsystems for Data, voice and video. • Support for multi-vendor equipment - A standard-based cablesystem will support applications and hardware even with mix &match vendors. • Simplify moves/adds/changes - Structured cabling systems cansupport any changes withinthe systems. • Simplify troubleshooting - With structured cabling systems,problems are less likely to down the entire network, easier to isolateand easier to fix. • Support for future applications - Structured cabling systemsupports future applications likemultimedia, video conferencing etc with little or no upgrade pain.
  15. 15. Advantages of Structured CablingAdvantages of Structured CablingAnother primary advantage of structuredcabling is fault isolation. By dividing theentire infrastructure into simplemanageable blocks, it is easy to test andisolate the specific points of fault andcorrectthem with minimal disturbance to thenetwork. A structured approach in cablinghelps reducemaintenance costs too.
  16. 16. What Types of Equipment CanWhat Types of Equipment CanUse Structured Cabling?Use Structured Cabling?Structured cabling can provide for yourcurrent and future needs for electronicsystems.Installing a wiring system as you build yournew home or office is only a fraction of thecost of retrofitting it later. Plan ahead.Before hanging the first sheet of drywall,consider the electronics youll want in yournew business or home
  17. 17. What Types of Equipment CanWhat Types of Equipment CanUse Structured Cabling?Use Structured Cabling? Telephone(s) Television Audio-Stereo DVD and or VCR Computers(s) Modem/Internet access Fax machine Cable access Home Theater Satellite dish Security system Home automation Lighting Control
  18. 18. Why Use Structured Cabling?Why Use Structured Cabling? Consistency - A structured cabling system can use thesame cabling system for everything. Do you really want tofigure out how to install and troubleshoot the phonecabling, then figure out the ethernet cabling, then figureout the ISDN cabling...? What happens when you revisitthis in 6 months to make a change for two-line phones? Long life - Structured cabling is an investment that willlast for the long term. Support for multi-vendor equipment - A standards-basedstructured cabling system will support your applicationsand hardware even after you change or mix & matchvendors. With the proper structured cabling system youwill not have to rework the cabling when you upgrade toanother vendor or model.
  19. 19. Why Use Structured Cabling?Why Use Structured Cabling?
  20. 20. Why Use Structured Cabling?Why Use Structured Cabling? Simplify moves/adds/changes - Need to move a computeror TV from one room to another. Add a modem connectionto the office. Add a two-line phone, DSL, AND fax to theoffice. Share files or printers between computers. Simplify troubleshooting - Even cables that were installedcorrectly can fail -- and they do. With a structured wiringsystem, problems are less likely to down the entirenetwork, easier to isolate, and easier to fix. Support for future applications - Your structured cablingsystem will support future applications like multimedia,video conferencing, and who knows what else, with little orno upgrade pain
  21. 21. Why Use Structured Cabling?Why Use Structured Cabling?
  22. 22. MOVE ADD CHANGES - (MAC’s)MOVE ADD CHANGES - (MAC’s)40% of EmployeesMOVE within thebuildingSource: Frost & SullivanMoves, adds and changes on an unstructuredMoves, adds and changes on an unstructuredcabling system can cause serious work-flowcabling system can cause serious work-flowdisruptionsdisruptionsStructured cabling systems offer the simplicity ofStructured cabling systems offer the simplicity ofcross-connect patching to quickly perform MAC’scross-connect patching to quickly perform MAC’sWhy Structured CablingWhy Structured Cabling
  24. 24. Why Structured CablingWhy Structured Cabling· MAC’s can be achieve by cross-connect patching.Patch PanelPatch PanelOutlet inOutlet inWork AreaWork AreaHorizontalHorizontalCableCableTELECOMMUNICATION CLOSETTELECOMMUNICATION CLOSET WORK AREAWORK AREAExt. 110Ext. 111Ext. 112New LocationPABXPatch PanelPatch PanelHORIZONTALCROSS-CONNECTSIMPLICITY OF MAC’sSIMPLICITY OF MAC’s
  25. 25. Structured Wiring vs. Conventional WiringStructured Wiring vs. Conventional Wiring Think of wiring as a pipeline for information.Conventional wiring has the data capacity of a squirt gun.By comparison, structured wiring, using Category 5cables, has the capacity of a fire hose. Structured wiringcan transmit more information, faster. Conventional wiring, which is found in most homes,consists of one or two twisted pairs of wires, and isadequate for basic voice, fax or data communications. Structured wiring is more advanced wiring. Not only can ithandle traditional telephone, fax and datacommunications, but also sophisticated video and datasignals from computers.
  26. 26. Importance Of Structured CablingImportance Of Structured Cabling· Structured cabling provides acompetitive advantage.· Structured cabling is thefoundation of a successfulInformation Technology (IT)and Intelligent BuildingNetworks.· Structured cabling is the basicinvestment on which all othernetwork equipment depends.ApplicationPresentationSessionTransportNetworkDatalinkPhysicalStructured Cabling
  27. 27. Importance of Structured CablingImportance of Structured CablingCOST OF DOWNTIMECOST OF DOWNTIMEThe average network crashesThe average network crashes 20 TIMES20 TIMES per yearper yearOthers70% of downtimeis cable relatedSource : LAN TechnologyInferior cabling system cause 70 % ofInferior cabling system cause 70 % ofdowntimedowntime
  28. 28. Importance of Structured CablingImportance of Structured Cabling23%-Unknown26%-$10,0005%-$50,00042%-$1,0004%- >$50,001Source : InfoneticsNetwork downtime costs $1,000 - $50,000 per hourNetwork downtime costs $1,000 - $50,000 per hourPreventing downtime saves money $$,$$$Preventing downtime saves money $$,$$$COST OFCOST OFDOWNTIMEDOWNTIME
  29. 29. Importance of Structured CablingImportance of Structured CablingCABLING LIFECABLING LIFECYCLECYCLECabling System 15 - 25 yearsMainframe 5.5 yearsIntelligent WS 3.5 yearsLANs 2.5 yearsSoftware 1.5 years
  32. 32. Angle Patch Panel Lowers the number of Open Bay Racks in to “HALF”Angle Patch Panel Lowers the number of Open Bay Racks in to “HALF”
  33. 33. Installation TechniqueInstallation Technique
  34. 34. Grounding and Rack Road MapGrounding and Rack Road Map
  35. 35. Fiber Cable Routing InstallationFiber Cable Routing Installation
  36. 36. Fiber Optics Cable RoutingFiber Optics Cable Routing
  37. 37. INNOVATIONS IN STRUCTUREDCABLINGThe Old Method The Panduit Method
  38. 38. The Old Method The Panduit MethodINNOVATIONS IN STRUCTURED CABLING
  39. 39. Thank You!Q&A