December 4, 2006 -- ICC has launched a residential Web site (www.icc.com/residential) to provide residential contractors and builders with a complete knowledge base regarding residential structured cabling.
Structured cabling for the home doesn't just mean computers any more, notes the company. The company company contends that, with more homes installing home theater systems, as well as satellite/dish TV, HDTV and plasma TV systems, a structured cabling resource is needed to keep all such components and audio-video cables organized.
As such, the company says its residential Web site features the following sections:
-- A "market solutions" section showing how the company's residential structured cabling platform may be applied for installations in custom homes, tract homes and remodeled homes.
-- A "connectivity solutions" section illustrating how the company's system designs work for computer networking, multi-line telephone, multi-room video, satellite video, video amplification, multi-media, and security applications. This section also provides tools for creating customized high definition audio/video cables.
-- A "residential market" section focused on market statistics, demographics, and standards/connectivity requirements for residential installations.
For more information, visit the company's home page, www.icc.com.