Building backbone is the telecommunications cabling that provides connections (typically from floor to floor) between telecommunications closets, equipment rooms, and entrance facilities. It can also be referred to as vertical cabling, interbuilding backbone (cabling between buildings) or intrabuilding backbone (cabling within a building).
Where is it used? Any company or facility that requires different networking devices to communicate with each other
Network convergence provides telephone, video, and data communication services within a single network. Users can access a wide range of services, such as asset tracking, security applications, and consistent cellular coverage for multiple wireless operators inside a facility
Where is it used? • Stadiums • Entertainment venues • Hospitals• Offices • Other buildings • Mobile workforce
Fiber-to-the-desk is an enterprise application that brings fiber from the backbone all the way to the desk, while taking advantage of the bandwidth, inherent security, ease of installation, and smaller footprint that fiber offers.
Where is it used? • Financial and corporate institutions • Government facilities