Network Wiring Services

Network Wiring Services

Network Wiring Services

Network Wiring Services

Many of today’s business telephone systems rely on advanced wiring to function. Simple copper wiring does not always fully accommodate the capabilities of modern communication platforms, so these wiring solutions must be robust and meet the requirements of the hardware. Providing commercial-grade network wiring services throughout a business facility involves the installation of various connectors, connecting hardware and cables using unshielded twisted pair (UTP), screened (foil) unshielded twisted pair (F/UTP), shielded twisted pair (STP), or multimode or single mode fiber optics. Central Telephone Sales and Service provides industry standard connectivity and structured wiring for all modern business telecommunications.

Unshielded Twisted Pair (UTP) Wiring

UTP cables come in a various grades for applications ranging from a standard commercial office area to connections inside data centers. Available in both Category 5e and 6, the Category 6 UTP wires use larger cable diameters to better manage crosstalk in 10G BASE-T applications. This is the workhorse of telecommunications – commonly available and effective.

Screened (Foil) Unshielded Twisted Pair (F/UTP) Wiring

Category 6A F/UTP wiring prevents internal and external crosstalk through cable shielding. This cable design resists deformation, allowing easier installation in various applications, and the smaller cable diameter also offers greater bandwidth. Connectors come is a plethora of versions, from flat to angled to keystone, facilitating installation in virtually any environment.

Shielded with Foil Twisted Pair (S/FTP) Wiring

The copper composition of S/FTP cable makes it better suited for network wiring in areas with exposure to high levels of electrical interference or radio signals. Guaranteed to support 10G BASE-T, S/FTP cables virtually eliminate crosstalk between cables. This maintains data integrity and ensures your communication system will always perform exactly as intended.

Fiber Optic Wiring

Available in single mode and multimode formats, fiber optic network cabling is a common network connection used in data centers and various business telecommunication systems. A mode is defined as the path a beam of light follows while traveling down a fiber optic cable. Single mode fiber allows for only one pathway of light to travel within the fiber. Multimode fiber allows more than one mode of light to travel through the cable simultaneously, thus increasing capacity.

Structured Cabling Systems

Network wiring systems rely on a variety of structured cable system components to operate properly. The overall performance of any such system is only as good as its weakest link. Patch panels, incoming and outgoing lines, in-wall cable runs and connectors must all work in unison with routers, switches, computers and telephone systems. Many of these parts are typically housed in structured wiring enclosures, and various cable management systems then deliver the wires to their destinations. Such systems not only make installation cleaner and easier, they also protect hardware and cables. It also makes troubleshooting or upgrading much more efficient.

At Central Telephone Sales and Service, we offer a wide range of network wiring services needed to design and implement business telephone infrastructure that will accommodate all of your needs. We offer knowledge, training, products, installation and support, ensuring reliable for years to come.

When it comes to putting together a custom package for your cable infrastructure, look no further. We are experts at planning and implementing your telephone and computer/data system, including taking care of your low-voltage cable needs. Our technicians are experienced with all types of network cabling, including fiber optics, patch panels and data racks. Other aspects include:

  • Pre-wire of voice and data cables (Category 5 and 6)
  • Fiber optics installation, termination, splicing and testing
  • Data rack installation, including hardware for wire management
  • Patch panels, including 12, 24, 48 and 96 port