Fiber Cat6 Cabling

Fiber and Cat6 Cabling

Fiber Optic Cabling

Fiber optic cabling has a much more reliable signal than standard copper cabling, meaning that it will surely run faster. Another fact about optical fiber is that it is immune to electrical resistance. Fiber optic cables can transmit signals much farther than the typical 328-foot limitation for copper cables. For example, some 10 Gbps singlemode fiber cables can carry signals almost 25 miles.

Cat6 Cabling

Cat6 cabling (also known as category 6 cabling) is a type of data cabling that is standard for Gigabit Ethernet and a few other network systems. As the 6th gen Ethernet cables are made from twisted sets of copper wiring, cat6 cables are made out of four sets of wires.

Fiber and cat6 cabling can easily keep you up and running, making it superior when you need high internet speed.


Why Choose 3com3 for Fiber and Cat6 Cabling?

We carry out numerous connections across the UK, including new Fiber and Cat6 Cabling. All installations are carried out to the highest standards and are fully tested and certified on handover. We perform careful site-specific plans for all the cabling infrastructure we install. Our fiber cat6 cabling installations are kept as low profile and as unobtrusive as possible. We can help with the installation and get your home or office ready for a stable network.

  • Run, label, terminate, test, certify
  • Network implementation testing
  • Supply of equipment including fiber patch panels, CAT6 Patch Panels, Modules, and containment
  • Provide network switches and routers
  • Supply and installation of data cabinets (all sizes), including server racks for data centers

Greater Bandwidth

Fiber optic cables provide higher bandwidth for carrying more data than copper cables of the same diameter.

Thinner and Sturdier

Fiber optic cables are thinner and lighter in weight. Fiber can face more pull pressure than copper and is less prone to damage and breakage.

Amazing Speed

Cat6 gives you sufficient power to run a gigabit network and some future-proofing benefits should 10Gb be a need or want for your network

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