Here are some pictures of the wiring that is pulled into the communications room. This is the same network cables I showed March 29th. I was told there is about 17 miles of cabling. After looking at these pictures, I can believe it. I just used wires and cables interchangeably, but that is not correct according to the facts I found. Wires are the single strands or single conductors and cables are insulated conductors bound together. So for this blog, I am going to use cables. The first picture shows the cables waiting for the racks to be installed. The second shows how the cables are bundled and begin to get attached to the racks. The ends will all be patched into the networks, servers, etc. as needed. The third picture shows a few cables still left to be bundled. Each cable is labeled so the technical staff will know where that specific cable ends within the building.