Fiber Optic Cabling for Enterprise Networking and Data Centers

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Fiber Optic Cabling for Enterprise Networking and Data Centers

Fiber Optic Cabling

Fiber optic cable is a type of network cable that uses pulses of light created by lasers or LED’s to transmit data through glass fibers. Compared to copper cabling, fiber optic cabling has higher bandwidth capabilities and is designed to transmit data over long distances at a high performing rate with very little interference. When it comes to fiber optic cabling, there is not one specific installation process. Based on the design of the network and needs of the business, proper planning is necessary to ensure the most efficient operating system is created. At CCS, we go the extra mile to make sure every step of the installation process leads to a successful outcome with a complete and efficient infrastructure.

Professionally Installed Fiber Optic Cable

At CCS, we offer high quality fiber optic cable installation services. We are professional, reliable, and experienced. Let us assist with your next fiber optic cable project. Request a free on-site estimate or call us directly at 423-279-7010.

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Why installing fiber optic cable is the solution for your business:

When planning a new network cable installation or upgrading your existing network, you should consider using fiber optic cables.  Fiber Optic cables have some positive advantages over copper cables.

Fiber optic cable provides more bandwidth for transmitting data than copper cable.

Fiber optic cables use light to transmit data. By using light, fiber optic cables reach speeds that are only about 31 percent slower than the speed of light – much faster than Cat5 or Cat6 copper cables. Fiber optic cables also have less signal degradation than copper cables.

Fiber optic cables can transmit signals farther than the average 328-foot limit of copper cables

Fiber optic cables are resistant to electromagnetic interference (EMI), temperature changes, weather, and moisture.

Cost of Ownership
Fiber optic cable typically has a higher initial cost than copper cable. However, the durability and reliability of fiber optic cable can make the total cost of ownership (TCO) much lower.

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