Leading the Way in Hi-Tech Network Cabling
Posted by protekfiber on October 8th, 2012
Computers have become omnipresent in today’s digital world. Our modern economy cannot be imagined without them. Computer network cabling is very important for the smooth and effective flow of data across networks. These high-quality network cables transfer audio, video and text files from one network to another within a fraction of a second. Network cables are available in different types such as coaxial cables, optical fiber cables and twisted pair cables depending on the network’s topology and protocol. We may deem servers and desktops as the arteries and veins of the net, but they would be nowhere without the blood vessels — the network cabling — carrying that life-giving data through them. Computer network cabling may not sound thrilling, but it is vital.
A leader in highly technical structured network cabling and fiber optic solutions in Maryland, Pennsylvania, West Virginia and Virginia, ProTek Fiber’s computer network cabling offers an array of options as per your particular requirements and preferences. They are available in three main categories: booted, non-booted and moulded cables. Booting a computer network cable makes it much simpler to remove from a bundle, while giving it extra twist relief. Anyone in need of network cabling services in a high-density environment generally prefers non-booted or “standard” cables. The server heap of a busy organization can look like a fish market full of tangled cables as non-booted computer network cabling is able to fit multiple cables into sockets very close as one. The squeezable design of network cabling is just as easy to plug in and out. It does not have the snag free tab of a booted cable, and a wide range of colors are available, depending on users’ preferences.
ProTek’s network cabling and wiring options include Cat 3, Cat 5e, Cat6, Cat 6A, shielded cabling (10GB installation), OSP (outside plant), patch panel terminations, wiring block terminations, copper cabling splicing, coax cabling installation, labeling and documentation, testing and certification. For all of your computer networking cable needs and concerns, contact ProTek Fiber or visit our website.
About the Author:
Mr. Jason Horst is a project manager/technician at ProTek Fiber, a leader in providing highly technical Structured Network Cabling and Fiber Optic solutions in MD, PA, WV and VA. ProTek is a professional cable installation company with a broad range of certifications and experience. Their mission is to establish long-term customer relationships by consistently exceeding expectations and earning trust through outstanding performance.
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