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Structured Cabling and Fiber Services

Structured Cabling Services

Our cabling services include Telephone, Video, Data, Security, Fiber Optic, Riser, and Specialty cabling. We also provide custom cabling solutions to meet every need. This complements our computer and networking services beginning with cabling needs, and extending to routers, switches, servers, workstations, and printers.

We create and maintain state-of-the-art cabling systems attached to today’s technology, fully prepared for the next step. Our cabling services include:


Cabling Services

  • Telephone

  • Video

  • Data

  • Security

  • Fiber Optic

  • Riser

  • Specialty Cabling Systems

  • Custom Cable Assemblies

Fiber Optic Types

  • Multimode

  • Loose Tube

  • Singlemode

  • Tight Buffer

  • Breakout

  • Distribution

Our capabilities

  • Structured Cabling Systems

  • 802.11 Wireless solutions

  • Voice services (including VoIP telephony)

  • Digital Technology


Quality Assurance

Loss Testing When fiber is installed, we perform Loss testing to measure and record any loss (in db). Our testers provide multi-wave results, which are necessary for commissioning and certification.

OTDR Testing An Optical Time Domain Reflectometer (OTDR) is a troubleshooting device used to locate “events,” such as splice and connector losses. We use OTDRs that provide stored results for testing and troubleshooting purposes.

Troubleshooting/Repair Regardless of the location of the fault, splice or bend, we can locate problems, provide recommendations and repair the damage.

Termination There are many variables – connectors, pigtails, cassettes, LIUs – that must work together for proper cable termination. We determine the proper course of action and deliver you a quality result.

Splicing Permanently or semi-permanently attaching two strands of fiber to each other is an exacting, skilled process. We use the finest equipment for all splicing services, including single fiber and ribbon configuration.

Today's systems have unique requirements for associated hardware, software and cabling.

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