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Connectivity is paramount to the success of your business. When you partner with Blue Fox for your cabling, IT, or phone needs, we’ll draw upon our in-depth knowledge and cabling experience to ensure your business implements the right hardware to support the way you do business. Our methodology ensures attention to detail and proper cable management.

Blue Fox Group provides data, voice, warranty, IP camera, fiber optic, grounding, PoE lighting, network mapping, WIFI, door access, and WAP solutions.

Structured Cabling is a telecommunications cabling infrastructure.  This structured cabling system consists of many standardized smaller elements to create a structure that enhances performance and is dependable.

A well designed structured cabling system will provide a cabling infrastructure that delivers performance that is consistent and predictable and has the flexibility to accommodate any changes made.  If additions or the structured cabling is added to or moved it will still have the ability to be used as peak performance.


  • Whether you want to expand your business or better utilize your existing space, we work with you to design a fast and secure environment, we design, install, warranty, and support your entire physical and virtual environments.
  • We provide network solutions to commercial, industrial, and manufacturing facilities for any project size.
  • One of the top ethernet cabling companies in the Phoenix Metro area.
  • Expert Structured Cabling Contractors


  • Certified technicians who implement and guarantee the work.
  • Fast support when you need us.
  • Connectivity across all devices, networks, and locations.
  • We know that every connection can be critical, so we won’t disappear after the job is done.
  • Experts in Ethernet Cable Wiring for any sized home or business.
  • Ethernet Installation and Cabling
  • Full Ethernet Cable Wiring Experts
  • Structured Cabling for large or small projects
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  • Cat6 Ethernet Cabling
  • Structured Cabling Network
  • Low Voltage Structured Cabling
  • Structured Cabling System
  • Network Structured Cabling
  • Cat6a Installation


  • Low Voltage Cabling
  • Fiber Optic cables
  • Coaxial cables
  • E-Rate Category 2 Certified
  • Cat-3 Cables
  • Cat-5 Cables
  • Cat-6 Cables
  • Cat-7 Cables

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Structured cabling solutions for businesses refer to the comprehensive infrastructure of cables, connectors, and related hardware that support the transmission of data, voice, and video signals within an organization. These solutions are designed to provide a reliable, scalable, and organized network infrastructure that enables efficient communication and connectivity across various devices and systems within a business environment.

Here are some key components and considerations when implementing structured cabling solutions for businesses:

  1. Design and Planning: Proper planning is essential to ensure the cabling infrastructure meets current and future needs. Factors such as office layout, network requirements, anticipated growth, and industry standards should be considered during the design phase.
  2. Cable Types: Various types of cables are used in structured cabling, including twisted-pair copper cables (such as Cat5e, Cat6, or Cat6a) and fiber optic cables. Copper cables are suitable for shorter distances, while fiber optic cables offer higher bandwidth and are better for longer distances and high-speed data transmission.
  3. Network Cabinets and Racks: Network cabinets and racks provide a centralized location for housing networking equipment, patch panels, and cable management. They help maintain a neat and organized cabling infrastructure, making it easier to manage and troubleshoot.
  4. Patch Panels: Patch panels act as the interface between active equipment (such as switches) and the cabling infrastructure. They allow for easy management and reconfiguration of network connections, facilitating efficient moves, adds, and changes.
  5. Cable Management: Proper cable management is crucial for maintaining a tidy and functional cabling system. Cable trays, cable ties, labels, and other cable management accessories should be used to organize and secure cables, reducing the risk of damage and making maintenance tasks easier.
  6. Network Switches: Network switches connect devices within a local area network (LAN) and facilitate data transfer between them. They should be strategically placed to ensure efficient connectivity and meet the network’s bandwidth requirements.
  7. Testing and Certification: After installation, thorough testing and certification of the cabling infrastructure are necessary to ensure it meets industry standards and performs optimally. This includes verifying cable continuity, signal quality, and adherence to specifications like TIA/EIA standards.
  8. Future-Proofing: It’s essential to consider future technology trends and growth when implementing structured cabling solutions. This involves incorporating additional capacity and scalability to accommodate emerging technologies and increased data demands.
  9. Qualified Installers: Structured cabling installation requires expertise and adherence to industry standards. Hiring qualified installers or working with reputable cabling companies ensures a professional installation that minimizes potential issues and maximizes performance.

By implementing a well-designed structured cabling solution, businesses can benefit from improved network reliability, increased data transfer speeds, easier maintenance, scalability, and the ability to support various communication systems, such as VoIP, video conferencing, and data storage.

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