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8 Feb, 2022

Your Business Needs A Structured Cabling?

Well, it may be easy to start a business, but it’s really tough to manage it, promote it, reach the target audience and gain from the investments. Here, communication plays a key role as you have to significantly focus on effective communication. Similarly, you have to make sure you reach the maximum audience with ease. For this, obviously, you seek for best telecommunication systems, which is not only effective but also require low-maintenance as well.

In this case, the structured cabling services system provided by Structure cabling in Dubai comes in as a feasible and efficient solution, and their benefits cannot be underestimated.

Those who aren’t aware of structured cabling and its benefits must know that it is the core foundation of the entire Information Technology network. It helps support building phone lines and telecommunications, transfer data across computer systems, connect individual rooms and offices to fiber-optic networks and make audiovisual communication possible. Moreover, the structured cabling does it all with fewer interruptions and on an ad hoc basis.

To make it simple, let’s discuss the benefits of getting structure cabling.

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8 Feb, 2022

Why Structured Cabling in Dubai

Getting a Cabling infrastructure for your office is basic and a golden rule on which all business functions depend. Be it a small startup, middle or large-sized enterprise, when it comes to information system strategy, structure cabling becomes the foremost and vital thing to put on in an office area.

Although, in this era of digitalization where business technologies are opting for going wireless, yet structured cabling systems add a unique spark to your IT infrastructures because at the end of the day you need a good communication system to rely on to target maximum audience and distribute your vital business information globally. This is only possible when you have a properly designed, installed, and administered cabling system. And, this is the reason why Structure cabling in Dubai is getting so popular nowadays.

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8 Feb, 2022

Why should Choose Conversant Technology for structured cabling in Dubai?


Conversant Technology is the best in the market when it comes to Structure Cabling Network Services. They allow businesses (both small scale and large scale) to get an infrastructure with different types of cables like Shielded pair cabling unshielded pair cabling, backbone cabling, FTP cabling, Fiber optic cabling, and many more. Conversant Technology provides splendid services of structured cabling in Dubai that can manage current as well as future requirements of their customers and that too at affordable rates.

  • Complete Data Center build-out
  • Backbone installation, wire management
  • Cords & inner-duct tubing
  • Data & voice cable installations Cat 5, 5e, 6, 7 (Fire code approved)
  • Communication room installation (IDF, MDF)
  • Fiber optic cable installation
  • Patch panel installation
  • Remote access to networks
  • Re-termination of existing Cat 5, 5e, 6, 7 cabling
  • Office equipment relocation services for modular furniture or open space office equipment racks
  • Network switch installations
  • Complete equipment racking system including ladder racks, wire managers & server shelves
  • Category 5, 5e & 6, 7, RJ 45 data jack installation, surface mount & flush wall plates
  • Testing, tracking, labeling, and Commissioning of cables
  • Multi-Pair Voice and Data Cabling
  • Single and Multimode Data Cabling
  • Dry riser installation and services
  • Cabling Repairs and Troubleshooting
  • Deployment of CCTV Cameras
  • Redesigning of existing network
  • Add/Change/Moves
  • Cable Custom Bundling
  • Documentation and Testing
  • Maintenance of existing structured cabling systems

Structured cabling classified six subsystems

  • Equipment or Telecommunications Rooms/Data Centers house equipment and wiring consolidation points that serve the users inside the building.
  • Demarcation point is the point where the service provider’s network ends and connects with the on-premises wiring at the client premises. Its normally knows as a DP box.
  • Vertical or Riser Cabling connects between the equipment/telecommunications rooms, typically on different floors.
  • Horizontal wiring can be IW (inside wiring) or Plenum Cabling and connects telecommunications rooms to individual outlets or work areas on the floor, usually through the cable trays, conduits or ceiling spacing of each floor.
  • Work-Area Components connect end-user equipment to outlets of the horizontal structured cabling system
  • Equipment or Telecommunications Rooms/Data Centers house equipment and wiring consolidation points that serve the users inside the building.

Our Structured and Network Cabling Company In Dubai Specializes in

  • Structured Cabling
  • Voice & Data Cabling
  • Fiber Optics
  • Network Wiring
  • Data Cabling
  • Network Cabling
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1 Dec, 2021


ELV is the terminology used in the construction world in an attempt to electrically define all the systems in a building that need electricity to run but are not part of the building’s main electrical system. ELV covers all the new modern technologies that are increasingly becoming must-have systems in every building such as data networks, CCTV, fire alarm systems, public address systems, audio/video solutions, access control, intrusion detection systems, home automation, and much more!

The fact that such a broad range of technologies are collectively named “ELV” shows probably how much we are lagging behind the new demands of the 21st century. Below I will very briefly explain some of the confusing abbreviations that constantly pop up when discussing ELV systems.


LAN stands for Local Area Network – also known as SCS (Structured Cabling System). Simply put, it is the data cabling in the building to enable users to network their computer devices and possibly access to the internet.

In a small building, this can be simply CAT6 cabling from an MDF (Master Distribution Frame – i.e. equipment rack) while in larger infrastructures, you usually see multiple IDFs (Intermediate Distribution Frame) interconnected by fiber optic cables. (It is interesting to know that while we have no electricity passing fiber optic cables, they are still categorized as “ELV”!)

WLAN stands for Wireless LAN which is the network of wireless access points that provide wireless network coverage within and outside the building.

As the technologies enhance, more and more other ELV systems depend on LAN infrastructure of buildings.

Telephony Systems

An IP PBX is a private branch exchange (telephone switching system within an enterprise) that switches calls between VoIP (voice over Internet Protocol or IP) users on local lines while allowing all users to share a certain number of external phone lines.

Closed Circuit TV (CCTV)

CCTV stands for Closed Circuit TV (again a very old acronym that shows the old “electrical” roots of such systems). Simply put, these are the camera systems set up inside and outside of buildings to provide monitoring surveillance. Old analog cameras used separate cabling of coaxial cables connecting each camera directly to the DVR (Digital Video Recorder). These are also today almost totally replaced with IP Cameras utilizing the common LAN infrastructure of the building.

Access Control System (ACS)

ACS is the abbreviation for Access Control System. ACS systems give access to different building locations (usually implemented by automatic unlocking of doors) through different means of authentication of people (by magnetic or RFID identification cards, by fingerprint, IRIS, or face recognition). Almost all new ACS solutions also rely on LAN infrastructure to some extent, while they also include electrical cabling to magnetic door locks, manual push buttons, and magnetic sensors installed on the doors and entry gates.

Public Address System (PAS/PAGA)

PAS (Public Address System) or PAGA (Public Address and General Alarm) is the speaker system installed in buildings for making announcements, playing background music and broadcasting pre-recorded alarm notifications, sometimes automatically triggered by fire alarm systems. PAS is probably one of the few ELV systems that is still not much IP-based and use twisted-pair electrical cables for connecting the distributed speakers to the power amplifiers. However, most newer PAS systems have accessories to enable utilizing LAN infrastructure for interconnecting the main components and provide a distributed design.


SMATV (Satellite Master Antenna Television), CATV (Cable Television), and IPTV (IP Television) all explain different technologies to provide a TV distribution system within a building, interconnecting multiple television sets to a single source (usually called Head End) so each television can select the desired watching channel from a selection list.

While SMATV and CATV have their separate cabling network based on coaxial (or sometimes fiber) cabling, they are rapidly being replaced with IPTV solutions that rely on the same LAN infrastructure jointly used by other systems.

Home Automation

Home Automation Systems include a very broad range of technologies for monitoring and controlling almost everything in the building from lights to doors to home appliances and audio equipment and in short whatever works with electricity in the building. Most home automation solutions are now network-based and give the option of remotely controlling and monitoring the building over the internet. While in the past, most home automation were using some remote control device, with advances of technology the means of control is now moved to smartphone and tablet applications or voice recognition solutions.