We'll be moving our offices in the near future and will need to wire the place for data and phones. I'd like to run two drops of Cat6 to each workstation to be used interchangeably between phone and data network. A few corners may get four runs for printers, fax, etc. Overall, maybe 35-40 drops. We may also end up using a VOiP phone system, but it's a bit early to say.
We'll have a small backboard located off the kitchen/break area where all the cabling will terminate. My question is - What should I use to terminate the cabling on the backboard? 110 blocks? Are they capable of GigE speeds? We'll need a patch panel for the data side. Should I just terminate all of the cabling on a wall-mounted patch panel instead?