Communications is perhaps the fastest moving area of technology on the planet

Your voice and data is only as good as its weakest link. If you cabling system cannot handle the increased demands placed upon it, your investment is wasted and your business suffers. Your cabling infrastructure is of far greater importance than that of any hardware that will connect to it.

There are many types of cable in the industry and it's important to know what each type of cable offers.

Copper Cable

This has been around for a very long time, it's extremely reliable but it lacks the speed for today's communications

Cat5 Cable

Cat5 and Cat5e are for a specified bandwidth of 1-100MHz.

Cat6 Cable

Cat6 offers twice the bandwidth of Cat5e. 1-250MHz. The increased bandwidth and signal isolation makes it an ideal platform for present day protocols.

Fibre Optic Cable

The Ancient Greeks used "light" as a means of communication and this is basically what fibre optic cable does. Its big advantage is that it can carry far more information than conventional cable, its smaller in size and lighter to handle. From a security aspect fibre cables are practically immune to detection. From a safety point of view Fibre Optic cable cannot produce sparks.

Closed Circuit TV

CCTV cameras often have to operate in harsh or hostile environment's - a faultless performance can be assured by the combination of high bandwidth and zero crosstalk characteristics of Fibre Optic Cable.

Network Cable

Connections are well established Network cabling contractors. We can advise you on the best type of cable to meet your requirements in this ever changing fast world of electronics. Companies rely on speed and reliability to connect them with clients and the outside world, we all demand so much from our network solutions.

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