Single and Multi-Mode Options
If your business depends on efficient handling of extreme amounts of data, such as multimedia content, financial transactions, or significant backups, installing a fiber optic core network will dramatically increase the speed and efficiency of your daily operations, with far less maintenance and equipment than traditional copper infrastructure.
Fiber optic cables are designed for long-distance, high-performance data networking and telecommunications. The two primary types of optical fiber cables are single-mode and multi-mode. Single-mode fiber uses extremely thin glass strands and a laser to generate light, while multi-mode optical fiber cables use LEDs.
Fiber optic cabling installations offer many advantages over those using traditional copper cables.
Fiber optic cables have a core that carries light to transmit data. Their signal speeds are only about 30 percent slower than the speed of light, significantly faster than copper cables. This excessive speed also minimizes signal degradation
Compared to copper cables, fiber provides higher bandwidth and transmits data over longer distances. The actual length depends on the type of cable, wavelength, and network
As compared to copper cables, fiber optic cables are thinner and lighter in weight, endure more pulling, and are vulnerable to damage and breakage.
Fiber cables are resistant to temperature changes, weather conditions, and moisture, all of which can impede copper cables' connectivity. Also, fiber does not carry electric current, so it is never affected by electromagnetic and radio frequency interferences that can interrupt data transmission.
Traditional copper cables were initially designed for voice transmission and have limited bandwidth. Fiber optic cables offer more bandwidth, allowing them to carry more data than copper cables. Single-mode fiber is capable of transmitting up to twice the output of multi-mode.
While fiber optic cables have a higher initial cost than copper, the fiber's reliability and durability lower the total cost of ownership. Plus, fiber optic installations are more durable, cheaper to maintain, and require less hardware
Comtex proudly offers a guided planning and installation process for all of our cabling services.
Site Survey: Our highly experienced engineers will assess your current infrastructure and discuss your plans for your business IT network and cabling needs.
System Design: Based on the information collected at the site survey, your cabling layout will be carefully designed to ensure optimal network and equipment performance, reliability, and investment protection.
Detailed Quote: Our system engineer prepares a detailed quote for your review and signature.
Installation: Our dedicated cabling crew will install your cabling infrastructure in a professional and clean manner.
Certification: Your cables will be labeled, tested and certified for performance.
Comtex Guarantee: All work performed is backed by our 1-year guarantee, and our dedicated support team is only a call away.
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