Network Cabling San Diego

Network Cabling San Diego


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Why Select Network Cabling San Diego?

 
Our focus for the past 17 years has been network cabling installations in San Diego. We have proven ourselves on hundreds of installations and have serviced some of the largest companies in America. See client list. We offer a 25 year warranty on all certified San Diego data cabling installations. A well structured cabling system can pay for itself many times over during its lifetime. Make the right decision today and eliminate costly re-cabling in the future.

We install virtually every kind of cabling for your voice, data cabling and network wiring requirements, including:

  • Cat 5
  • Cat 5e
  • Cat 6
  • Cat 3
  • Fiber Optic
  • Cable TV
  • Phone Installation
  • and much more…

San Diego area Voice-Data-Wiring quotes are totally FREE – Call Mark today at – (888) 447-2871

Client Testimonial:

Network Cabling San Diego, has taken us from eight people to two hundred people and three offices. Thanks for being a great vendor.

– T. Webster, Solekai Systems.

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16 Reasons Why Fiber Cabling Is Replacing Copper Wiring

Are you considering Fiber Cabling? We can help with your decision.

Companies and especially Information Technology professionals, realize their network cabling system is the backbone of the company’s business network, providing the communication between servers, desktop or laptop computers, and other network devices and allowing both voice and data to be shipped internally and externally.

When it comes to network cabling, there are different methods to move that data, from point to point. Generally accepted was twisted pair copper cable (Cat5e and Cat6) and is still usually used as the most common form of structured data and voice cabling, transferring voice and data through copper wires. As technology continues to race forward however, and the call for faster, more sophisticated methods of networking accelerates, fiber optic cabling is quickly becoming the next best of breed in network data cabling.

Benefits of fiber optic cabling include:

  1. Increased distances – Data carried via fiber does not require a signal repeater to maintain the integrity of the signal wave over long distances as traditional Cat5 or Cat6 cables do. The limitation on copper cables is approximately 325 feet.
  2. Intrusion prevention – With current cable systems, there is the possibility of remotely detect a signal being broadcast over the cable, which can present improper security breaches. This is not a problem with fiber optic cable as its dielectric mode makes remote exposure insurmountable, and achieving admittance to the fiber itself would require a physical interruption that could be easily stopped by a security system.
  3. Intrusion prevention – With current cable systems, there is the possibility of remotely detect a signal being broadcast over the cable, which can present improper security breaches. This is not a problem with fiber optic cable as its dielectric mode makes remote exposure insurmountable, and achieving admittance to the fiber itself would require a physical interruption that could be easily stopped by a security system.
  4. Speed of data transmission rates – With faster broadband connections, more data is to being transmitted at much higher rates. This allows for shorter downloads and uploads and enhanced network abilities.
  5. Less Interference – Fiber optic cables can be placed in areas with high Electromagnetic Interference (EMI), with no copper wiring makes the cable completely protected from EMI.
  6. Cheaper – Long distances of fiber optic cable is cheaper than equivalent lengths of copper wire. Obviously, his will save you money in material.
  7. Smaller Diameter of the cable – Due to the fibers being smaller than copper cable, more fiber optic cable can be packed tighter into the cable. This allows more connectivity to travel over the fiber wiring. An optical cable lighter weight than a comparable copper wire cable, hence fiber-optic cables consume less space in the ground.
  8. Strength of signal – Signal strength thru optical fiber is constant, consistent and little degradation unlike copper wire that will lose signal.
  9. Light Transmissions – Electrical signals in copper wires can interfere with each other however, light signals through fiber cabling do not. This means more efficiency of traffic thru the fiber cabling with no interference.
  10. Lower Power Usage – Because light signals in optical fibers degrade less, lower-power generators can be used instead of the high-voltage electrical devices needed for copper cabling.
  11. Safety – Since electricity is not being carried within the fiber optical fibers, there is no fire threat.

Conclusion:

Fiber cabling is becoming the standard for connecting companies physical locations with the transferal of data of distances over the copper wire (Cat5e and Cat6) limitations of 325 feet. If your business is interested in fiber optics installation in los angeles, network cabling in orange county or need a cabling installation in the Irivne area, give us a call for a free quote. We’ll come out and visit your site and give you an on site estimate at no cost. There is no risk and we’ve been doing this for over 17 years in Souther California.

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