How Structured Cabling is Benefiting the IT and Telcom Industry

Telecom Tech Outlook | Monday, June 14, 2021

IT and telecommunications sector is experiencing an increasing demand for additional data center capacity, especially as the global workforce shifts to a 'work from home' regime. Structured cabling is expected to remove the current confusion caused by fiber optic and copper cable items strewn around companies' current IT infrastructures in data centers.

Fremont, CA: Despite the fact that wireless technologies have grown in popularity, data centers and the IT and telecommunications industry, among many other industrial sectors, are largely responsible for the increasing demand for standardized cabling solutions.

According to a recent report, the IT and telecommunications industry will account for approximately 43 percent of the global standardized cabling market revenue through 2031. According to the report, the data center and IT and telecom industries will account for more than 85 percent of the global standardized cabling market.

Here are some reasons why the IT & telecommunication industry is largely driven towards structured cabling, even in the world of wireless.

IT and Telecommunication Industry

With the transition from introducing digitization to extending digitalization activities across various business units, the digital revolution in the modern IT and telecommunications industry has taken a new leap. One of the primary factors driving the transition is that IT and telecommunications companies' platforms, content, consumers, and rivals are increasingly going digital.

The IT and telecommunications sector is experiencing an increasing demand for additional data center capacity, especially as the global workforce shifts to a 'work from home' regime. Structured cabling is expected to remove the current confusion caused by fiber optic and copper cable items strewn around companies' current IT infrastructures in data centers.

Structured cabling can help organizations with their digital transformation strategies by providing physical infrastructure for various components such as networking hardware, patch panels, and related cabling components of fiber optic structured cabling systems. This can also help with the smooth implementation of the new networking technologies, which is one of the primary The reasons why most companies are turning to standardized cabling solutions in their current IT infrastructures.

Structured Cabling for Higher Cost Efficiency

IT and telecommunications companies are notorious for carrying enormous responsibilities of handling complex IT and connectivity infrastructures. Wire and cable management is an unavoidable part of IT infrastructure management, which drives newer and more regular developments in cabling technologies now more than ever.

Most companies are moving to structured cabling systems due to their low cost. Their clear and structured cabling structure will significantly reduce power and maintenance costs for companies, as well as the cost of finding and rectifying. Businesses are also identifying structured cabling systems with flexible layouts that help evolving telecom technologies, making digital transitions easier and more cost-effective.

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