Why network cabling?
Network cabling solutions in the home is required mainly because of two reasons – speed and reliability on network. Network cabling is one of the fastest using cable networking than Wi-Fi connection and is not affected by the wall, distance, interference from other sources, or competing Wi-Fi networks. It’s much faster and much more reliable. The motive is to have network port usage. It is also important to note that network cabling is also reliable for file sharing. Network cabling in Sydney distributes all sorts of services around the home including phone, TV, HDMI, Poe and probably it includes other stuff in the future.
According to NSW network cabling rules in Sydney, it’s mandatory to have your home cable fixing to be done by registered professional network cable installer, because it involves underfloor, in-wall or in-roof cabling by registered cable solutions.
The structured cable network types
If you decide to install network cabling in your home you will be asked whether you want so-called category-5, category-6, or category-6a cable. These are standard government rules for any physical construction of the cable and how fast it will carry the data around the home. There is one more network cabling solution referred to an Ethernet overpower or EoP, which used an adapter to convert voltage from the main wiring into a network of sorts.
It’s also important to note that network cabling is a generic means of distributing all sorts of services around the home including phone, TV, HDMI, PoE (Power over Ethernet), and probably others in the future. GM Cabling Solutions is a registered network cabling installer in Sydney, which fulfil all your needs as per standards.