Fiber optic cable installations is a method of transmitting information from one place to another by sending pulses of light through a fiber optic cable.
Your company’s need for speed, bandwidth, integrity & security of data transmission will lead to fiber optic cabling. Fiber optics transmit a tremendous volume of data at the speed of light.
Not long ago, Gigabit Ethernet was viewed as a paramount advance for the capability of a complete LAN. A gigabit-per-second was seen as a huge amount of data, more than enough for an entire LAN. At the time, virtually no application would need such an amount of information going to the individual desktop.
Today, Gigabit Ethernet is being installed to individual network users. The focus then becomes; how do we supply the rest of the network with exponentially more bandwidth to accommodate the increased data traffic.
Copper cable will never match the performance of Fiber. Fiber is the perfect choice for connecting multiple locations on a campus, extending data way past CAT5/6 tolerance lengths and when designing the backbone for a commercial building (connecting floors, or large groups to a central hub). CAT5 & CAT6 are affected by electromagnetic interference caused by heavy machinery, high voltage currents or magnetic fields generated by large motors; fiber is not.
Because fiber optic communications are based on the transmission of light, rather than electricity, data packets maintain their integrity over much longer distances. The glass-based cables don’t conduct electricity, so fiber optic conduits can be placed alongside electric lines with no compromise to data transmission. Grounding is not necessary, and the cabling is resistant to high-voltage electrical discharges from lightning and other sources.
Our company’s mission is to provide you with the most recent products and the best services for your fiber network needs.
We offer the following fiber optic services:
- Installation of optical network from scratch
- Indoor and outdoor fiber optics cabling
- Fiber optic cable splicing
- Installation of fiber splitters and patch-panels
- Setting up a fiber optic racks
- Fiber optic pigtail splicing
- Fiber Optic Single Mode( SM) and Multi Mode ( MM )