All You Need to Know About Low-Voltage Cabling
FIBER OPTICS CABLING SERVICES
Fiber Optics Installation in Phoenix and all of Arizona.
Creative-13 is a local business with over 30 years of experience in the Telecom, I.T. cabling, and cloud communication industry. Our expertise comes from serving the Phoenix Valley, Arizona, and companies throughout the U.S. with telecom services and savings.
Features of Fiber Optic Cabling
Fiber optic cables provide significant bandwidth for signal transmission and can carry much more data than copper.
fiber optic cables contain no metallic components and are immune to electro-magnetic and radio interference.
In terms of photons versus electrons, the light in fiber optic cables travels at roughly two-thirds the speed of light.
Fiber optics do not conduct electrical signals making it hard to remotely detect any data signal being transmitted.
This immense speed advantage can extend large bandwidth content over extremely long distances in a small diameter.
We're the Fiber Optics cabling specialists
Fiber is a game-changer for the modern data center. Creative-13 specializes in the design, installation, and maintenance of OM3/OM4 Multi-mode fiber cable and full-spectrum high-performance OS1 Single-mode fiber optic cabling systems. With our high-performance and flexible networks, we can provide you with advanced networking solutions that will meet your needs in any environment.
Today's IT and business environments require faster solutions that enable efficient, reliable data transmission.
To meet these standards, fiber optic cabling is an ideal solution for transmitting digital signals at higher speeds than traditional copper cables can provide.
What is Fiber Optics Cabling?
Fiber optics cabling is a system of cables that use thin strands of glass or plastic to transmit digital data. It has become the preferred medium for many types of communication, such as internet and television providers. What separates it from other cable options is its almost perfect transmission - there is little
energy loss, allowing for more efficient data handling and faster speeds. Furthermore, because it transmits light instead of electricity, fiber optic cabling tends to be much safer and easier to work with than traditional copper cables. Its potential applications are wide-reaching and ever increasing in number.