Network points are physical access points to a network. They are typically a physical connection located at a building or premises, and are used to connect a device to the network. Network points can be wired, such as an Ethernet port, or wireless, such as a Wi–Fi access point. Network points are an essential part of any network, as they provide a way for devices to access the network and communicate with other devices.
Ethernet (Twisted Pair)
Copper networks are capable of providing data transmission speeds of up to 10 Gbps.
Fiber optic cabling is used to transmit data at high speeds over long distances with low signal loss.
External cabling is used to connect devices that are located outside of a building, such as telephone lines or power lines.
Dado trunking is an effective and efficient way of running cables and wires through walls and ceilings.
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