Structured Cabling Installation and Testing

Fiber & Copper

Single-Mode and Multi-Mode fiber optics as well as Cat5e, Cat6, copper cabling infrastructure, fusion splicing, emergency repairs and splicing

Aerial & Underground

Aerial and underground boring with copper or fiber optic cable

Copper & Fiber Testing

Certified testing of both copper cables and fiber with results sent out to the customer after the completion of the job

Equipment & MDF Relocation

Relocate existing wiring and networking equipment

Fiber & Copper

Existing cable management, cable trays and racks, MDF/IDF clean up

Building & Design

Custom data centers, data racks, cabinets, and server rooms

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Frequently Asked Questions

Q: When planning on installing access points, what cable do you recommend pulling to the locations?

A: CAT6A cable. CAT6A offers a speed of 10Gbps which is the industry standard.

Q: What is the difference between single-mode and multi-mode fiber and how would I determine which would be the best for my infrastructure?

A: Single-mode fiber has a smaller diameter of 9 microns while Multi-mode fiber ranges from 50 to 62.5 microns. Bandwidth would determine which is needed. Single-mode max bandwidth is 100GB. 50 micron OM4 Multi-mode fiber is 10GB at 400m and 62.5 micron Multi-mode max bandwidth is 1GB at 300m.

Q: What is the difference in speed between CAT5e, CAT6, and CAT6A cable?

A: CAT5e has a top speed of 1000Mbps, CAT6 has a top speed of 10Gbps at 37 meters, and CAT6A has a top speed of 10Gbps at 100 meters.