Cabling

Traditional and well-established data transmission technologies are currently used for telephony, video conferencing and home automation systems; many devices that we use daily, especially in the corporate environment, exploit an IP connection. We are therefore witnessing a major integration of devices on LAN and WAN networks; consequently, the speed and reliability of data transport also play a crucial role within the infrastructure.

Cabling is defined as the physical medium on which data transit; it needs to be suitable for the current needs of the network and moreover, it should be able to adapt to technological change. Speed, flexibility and minimizing transmission errors are three of the major features of cabling infrastructure technology. This kind of infrastructure includes passive components, such as cables, cabinets, patch cords and optical panels, which must be designed, manufactured and installed according to the best practices whilst providing engineering requirements such as flexibility and future expandability.

In 1984, N.B. Service performed its first full installation of a fibre optic cabling infrastructure for the painting department of Fiat Auto (work performed on behalf of SEPA); this installation represented the first use of fibre optics within the Fiat Auto.

Since then, the fibre optics has occupied an increasingly important role in the structured cabling proposed by NB Service, which designs and builds networks for buildings and/or data centres with copper and fibre hybrid solutions.

The experience gained over thirty years of business, together with well-established technical expertise, enables us to design the best solution for the customer, based on achievable benefits and investment protection.