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fibre cabling

Whether it is used in the vertical backbone or to link buildings across a campus, fibre optic cabling offers the modern, cost-effective solution.



Over recent years there have been a number of developments in fibre optic cables and connectivity. No longer do we simply specify Singlemode or Multimode cable, ST or SC connectors. Now we must consider the applications that are to run over the cabling, the distance that they are to be transmitted, the environment that the cables are to run through and the equipment that they are to interface with. NEXTEL has been installing cabling infrastructures for many years and has gained the experience and expertise to enable us to offer a broad range of cabling solutions.

Benefits

Light travels faster than electricity

The light used in fibre optic cables travels a lot faster than the electrical signals in copper wiring, which explains why fibre optic cables can transmit data faster than copper wires. Choosing a fibre optic network is recommended.

Electricity creates heat

Fibre optic cables use light to conduct signals, whereas copper uses electrical impulses to conduct signals. Conducting electricity along copper cable generates heat and potential fire hazards, whereas the light that travels through a fibre optic cable does not emit heat.

Light uses less energy

Sending light signals through a fibre optic cable uses less energy than it does to send electrical signals through a copper wire of the same length. This can have positive implications from a carbon footprint perspective and is ultimately cheaper to run. Laying fibre optic cable instead of copper is recommended.

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Hight Speed Connectivity HIGH SPEED CONNECTIVITY

FTTP and commercial grade high speed data networks.

Flawless IntegrationFLAWLESS INTEGRATION

Integration with your peripheral systems and services.

Security SECURITY

Information security for commercial and corporate entities.

TelecommunicationTELECOMMUNICATION.

Ability to carry signals for much longer distances before requiring repeaters than copper cable.

  • Multimode cables (OM1, OM2 and OM3)
  • Singlemode cables (OS1 and OS2)
  • Tight Buffered and Loose Tube constructions
  • Internal, External and Universal sheath options
  • Rodent Resistant and Steel Wire Armoured cables for harsh environments
  • Blown Fibre Solutions
  • Fibre To The Desk (FTTD)
  • ST, SC, MT-RJ, LC, LSH (E2000) terminations
  • Wide range of end-points.
  • Lower carriage costs with SIP trunks.
  • Safeguards your investment.
  • Delivers on NEC’s green initiatives