Why Is Structured Cabling Anticipated To Be The Future Of It And...

Why Is Structured Cabling Anticipated To Be The Future Of It And Telecom Industry?

Enterprise Networking Mag | Wednesday, January 12, 2022

Despite the growth of wireless technologies, structured cabling systems are anticipated to be in high demand as the connective tissue that ensures the future speed and security of modern networks.

Fremont, CA: The increasing demand for structured cabling solutions is primarily attributable to data centers, the IT & telecommunications industry, and many other industrial sectors, despite the rise in popularity of wireless technology. According to a recent analysis by Fact.MR, the IT & telecommunication industry would account for roughly 43 percent of the global market for structured cabling by 2031. The study predicts that the data center and IT & telecom industries would make up for more than 85 percent of the structured cabling market worldwide.

Here's why structured cabling is anticipated to be the future of the IT and telecom industry:

With the expansion of the Internet of Things, cables will continue to develop.

The fourth industrial revolution is expanding globally. IT & telecom firms in both developed and emerging nations are exposed to the emergence of the Internet of Things (IoT) technology and its potential benefits for enhancing corporate efficiency and profitability. In developed nations such as North America and the European Union, IoT use is exploding. The old point-to-point cabling arrangement may soon become obsolete as IoT usage accelerates. The trend of "more devices, fewer wires" is predicted to increase the demand for structured cabling in IoT systems in order to minimize tangled wires and increase data transfer rates to a new high.

Structured Cabling to Reduce Downtime Risk and Improve Cost Efficiency

Complex IT, and communication infrastructures are notoriously challenging to manage for IT and telecommunications companies. Wire and cable management is an unavoidable aspect of IT infrastructure management, and as a result, there are more frequent and innovative developments in cabling systems than ever before. The primary reason why the majority of organizations are adopting structured cabling systems is their affordability. Their straightforward and structured cabling system can significantly reduce the power and maintenance costs for businesses, as well as the expense of locating and repairing problems. Businesses are also identifying structured cabling systems with a flexible design that accommodates upcoming telecom technologies, which facilitates and reduces the cost of digital transitions.

To Remain Relevant in the Age of Wireless Technology, Structured Cabling Is Necessary.

Almost every IT infrastructure in the 'Information Age' comprises more devices, fewer wires, and shorter runs. However, we are progressively moving toward a 'Wireless Revolution' that will likely meet the present data bandwidth requirements of IT and telecommunications firms. Attractive benefits of wireless technology are anticipated to reinforce advances that will result in even more acceptance across the majority of industrial sectors, and it is widely anticipated that it will have a significant impact on the cable management industry.

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