Network cabling is what connects computers and networks to one another. Network cable, in conjunction with the associated hardware (network switches, hubs, demarcation equipment), is responsible for computers being able to connect and transfer data across internal networks and the internet. Network cabling today is used for other purposes besides computer networking. It can be transmit video for security camera systems as well as video for cable TV and Audio/Visual applications. Network Cabling Solutions are also used as control cable in Building Maintenance Systems and Access Control Systems. There are several different types of cables that are used for this purpose, including unshielded twisted pair, shielded twisted pair, fiber optic and coaxial cable. In some cases, only one type of cable is used in a network, while in other cases, many different types are used. Wireless systems are becoming more and more popular but you still need network cabling for the wireless system. There are still two things that make network cabling better than a wireless network: it is much more secure and being “hardwired” it is much more reliable. Your Cabling Contractors should follow the appropriate Network Cabling Standards.