Data cabling refers to the physical infrastructure that enables the transmission of data between devices, such as computers, servers, printers, and other network devices.

It involves the installation of cables and associated hardware to create a network that allows devices to communicate with each other and share resources. 

Data cabling can be implemented in various types of settings, including homes, offices, data centres, and other commercial or industrial environments. It typically involves the use of Ethernet cables, which are designed to transmit data at high speeds over long distances. Other types of data cables may include fibre optic cables, coaxial cables, and twisted pair cables. 

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