Fibre optic cabling is traditionally utilised to provide the backbone of your network infrastructure. However, for this reason, it is also the most important to be correctly designed and installed.
The backbone of an infrastructure is possibly the most important aspect of any network, providing a pathway for your network.
Fibre Optic Cable has many benefits over traditional twisted-pair copper cabling, such as:
- Higher Potential Bandwidth over a single cable, the benefit of this is you do not need to aggregate costly switch ports. This saves you a lot of time and money.
- Range – Fibre Optic Cables can run for very long distances, this allows you to carry data throughout your building between cabinets without having to worry about length.
- Robust Design – Fibre Optic Cabling comes in a wide range of options, with its ability to run internally, externally and even direct buried it’s a very versatile cable with very little competitors.
- Not Susceptible to Electromagnetic Interference – Because Fibre optic cabling utilises LEDs and lasers, it is not susceptible to EMI, this makes it much faster to install and can run in close proximity to power cabling that twisted pair cabling cannot, reducing installation costs.
When planning to install a fibre optic network, it is crucial to consult a specialist team to ensure that the correct fibre type is specified and the installation has been designed with resilience in mind, should the worst happen.
That’s why we invest in our team, with in-house certified design engineers we can tailor the best solution for you; and with our ability to not only carry out fusion splicing installations but also blown-fibre installations in a wide range of environments, from office blocks and warehouses to data centres.
All our fibre installations are fully certified by using tier 1 and tier 2 Fluke Networks certification equipment and we are pleased to be able to offer a 25 Year Warranty on our installations.