Palm Beach Ethernet
Computer Network Cabling & Wiring for Data and Voice VoIP: Call Us Today (561) 907-7118
When the best possible Network Cabling solution for your company is required,
the expertise of Palm Beach Network Cabling will make the project
successful. Since our company has completed hundreds of Network Cabling and Wiring projects across a span of
more than 15 years, we have proven to many business owners
that the Data Network Cabling job will be completed right the
first time. Every Voice and Data Network Cabling project is covered by
a 25-year warranty, and companies all over Palm Beach have
noticed that the upgraded Data and Voice Network Wiring pays for itself many times
over. When the time comes to upgrade the old voice cabling (VoIP),
make the right decision and install Fiber Optic Computer Network Cabling that will eliminate the need
for re-cabling in the future. Our company installs almost
any type of Voice and Data Network Cabling, including:
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When Installing Network Cables
Network components work together to send data and voice communications from one point to the
next. When the network becomes sluggish, some techies will
blame the type of cable that interconnects the equipment,
but sometimes the Cat5e data cabling is not causing the
problem, and upgrading to Cat6 might not resolve the issue.
Communication issues require specific
diagnosis prior to seeking to replace the existing data
and voice cabling because major projects to upgrade cables
can be extremely expensive. Equipment on the network including
the servers, routers, modems, switches and all other equipment
might have higher communication speeds than the Cat5e cables that interconnect them.
Network uses are an important consideration
prior to upgrading any part of the computer network. Data
entry, surfing the Internet, streaming video and graphic
design are very different functions that place different
demands on the computer cabling. Projected business growth
plays another important role in the decisions that must
be made regarding network speed and capacity.
At the outset of a network upgrade project,
the best possible equipment should be installed to prevent
large-scale changes to the network in the next three to
five years. Budget constraints might dictate a staged approach
for the new fiber optic network installation, and those
issues should be part of the early discussions. Businesses
usually anticipate growth in the near future and system
demands will require the network to support those increased
Existing systems will become sluggish
at times. When this occurs, a system-wide diagnostic should
be conducted to reveal the actual cause of the slowdown.
If the data cabling proves to be the problem, the cost of
replacing the cable can be justified. Sometimes aging equipment
is no longer integrated correctly and should be replaced
in an effort to correct the speed issue.
When interference and crosstalk become
an issue, the most common cause is old cabling. Cat 5 cabling
was never designed to mitigate these issues and does not
cancel noise. Existing Cat 5 cabling might have to be replaced
with Cat 5e cabling that will correct the crosstalk problem.
Cat 6 is an even better solution since it was designed with
a much lower noise ratio.
Every component on the office network
including the computers, printers, phones and office equipment
are able to “talk” to one another over the network cables,
which make up the communication backbone. Various communication
protocols are used to move data from point to point over
the cabling. Copper cable has been the industry standard
for decades and is still used for most data and voice networks.
New technical equipment requires higher speeds and bandwidths
that will require effort to replace existing Ethernet cabling
with fiber optic cabling.
Network Cables Help Your Business?
The twenty-first century has already
seen remarkable advances in technology, and fiber optic
cabling has the capacity to support new equipment without
network upgrades. Businesses that take the step to upgrade
to fiber optic cabling realize many benefits, including:
1. Long distances – Fiber optic
cables can span vast distances without signal repeaters
that would be required every 325 feet on copper cabling.
2. Intrusion prevention – Light
signals that travel over the glass strands in fiber optic
cables cannot be intercepted like the electronic signal
that travels a copper wire. When dielectric mode is used
on the fiber optic cable, remote exposure is impossible.
An attempt to intercept the light signal would require physical
violation of the cable integrity.
3. Advances – Extremely lightweight
cables, smaller diameter cabling and longer strand lengths
are some of the advances in fiber optic cable technology
that sets it apart from older cables. Installation and maintenance
is much easier because of these advances.
4. Higher transmission speeds – Speed is the key to the most advanced networks, and fiber
optic cable can carry large quantities of information over
vast distances. Network performance increases since light
travels much faster than electronic signals.
5. Reduced interference – Electromagnetic
Interference, or EMI, will not affect the light signals
that travel across fiber optic cables. Copper wire is not
on the network so EMI is completely eliminated.
6. Lower costs – Fiber optic cable
is much less expensive to produce than equivalent lengths
of copper cable. Lower material costs contribute to lower
7. Smaller cables – Every strand
of fiber optic cable is smaller than copper wire, which
means that more strands can be packed into one cable. More
data can travel across one fiber optic cable as well.
8. Signal strength – As light
travels down a fiber optic cable, the signal strength is
retained without degradation.
9. Lower power requirements –
Low-voltage generators provide the light pulses for the
fiber optic network, which reduces the amount of power required.
10. Improved safety – Electrical
impulses are not part of the fiber optic network so the
threat of fire is minimized and technicians can work in
Fiber optic cabling systems provide many
advantages over traditional copper wire systems. Productivity
will increase because the network will respond with lightning
speed. When Ethernet cabling will no longer meet business
needs, allow our company to devise the best approach to
upgrading your data network.
Beach Network Cabling?
Our quality of service, installations
and customer satisfaction has earned us a reputation that
is unsurpassed with our customers. Our entire team focuses
on making the customer #1. We listen to what your requirements
and needs are while making suggestions to allow your system
to expand and grow as technology changes. We strive to provide
a high quality installation that you would be proud to show
off to your associates and business partners. Our customer
satisfaction is #1 and that is why so many companies select
Palm Beach Network Cabling as their low voltage contractor