Voice and Data Cabling Solutions
Voice Cabling Solutions
Every business needs adequate communication channels in order to function properly. We are proud to say that when it comes to building telecommunication systems we are on the top of our league. Regardless of whether if it is VoIP, analogue line, copper or fiber optics cables you can count on us. No matter the size, every company deserves reliable communication.
Local Area Networks have their fair share of every business success. We can instal and configure your local networks and thus ease your workflow of shared content. LANs are super popular among corporations, schools, and office buildings.
We deliver gigabit Ethernet to your desktop through twisted pair copper cables. Put simply, this cabling eliminates any EMI that other sources may emit. We make use of STP and UTP cables, which cancel out crosstalk as well. Clients decide whether they want them shielded or unshielded to cut out electromagnetic interference.
Cat 5e cabling
Category 5e is perhaps the most popular copper cabling standard. In fact, you can think of it as an improved version of the 5 standard. In terms of technical characteristics, 5e cabling is capable of transmitting data at a rate of 1000 Mbps.
Cat 6 cabling
Category 6 cabling performs faster and better compared to categories 5 and 5e. It operates at 250 MHz, which makes it suitable for future-proofing networks. Of course, not every company needs the bandwidth that comes with 6 cabling but if yours does, do not hesitate to contact us.
Cat 6a cabling
Nowadays, the golden standard for twisted pair cable systems is category 6a. You might hear some refer to it as augmented category 6. Category 6a cabling offers enhanced performance especially when it comes to reducing alien crosstalk. The alien noise present in category 6’s high frequencies is cut off in 6a cabling systems. 6a’s 500MHz performance dwarfs category 6 in terms of future-proofing networks.
Cat 7 cabling
Category 7 cable is also referred to as an ISO Class F cable. This shielded twisted pair cable is often used in high-speed Ethernet networks of 1Gbps or more. Cat 7 Cables are compatible with Cat 6, Cat 5, and Cat 5e cable networks. With a bandwidth speed of 600 MHz Cat 7 cables are the basis of 10 Gbps Ethernet networks stretching up to 100 m.
Coaxial cables have been around since the late 19th century but they still have a place in the modern world. We install coax cables when our clients need to transfer high-frequency electrical signal with minimum losses. Coaxial cables are suitable for broadband internet connection, telephone trunk lines, and radio and cable television signals.