Network Cabling In Aurora, Arvada, Boulder, Colorado Springs, Denver, Englewood, Fort Collins, Littleton, Summit County, Vail, CO, Cheyenne, WY, and the Surrounding Areas

Are you starting a new business or do you want to extend your current business? Are you looking for networks that will ensure the smooth running of your business? ISI Technology, Inc. has been installing fully-integrated network cabling with high-quality results since 1996. After evaluating your current and future network needs, we will come up with a plan that addresses all your requirements. We have an outstanding team of professionals led by Salkan Avdic who is ComCables-certified. Our founder and owner, Marty Wedel, has a mechanical engineering background along with BICSI and RCDD certifications. At ISI, we install, terminate, and certify up to Category 6A, data cables, telephone cables as well as Ethernet, LANs, and Wi-Fi networks. Our technicians know the value of your time; hence they finish their tasks on time and on budget without any compromises on the quality and safety measures. Certifications from our suppliers and the industry governing bodies are what help us provide exemplary service.  

Below we have mentioned 3 different types of network cabling that are available. Take a look. 

  1. Coaxial Cable 

This has a single copper conductor in the middle with a plastic layer that provides insulation between the metal shield and center conductor.  This metal shield obstructs outer interference from motors, fluorescent lights, and other computers. Though these are difficult to install, coaxial cable is extremely resistant to signal obstruction. 

  1. Shielded Twisted Pair (STP) Cable 

This is used in business installations. The special kind of copper telephone wiring has an external shield, which functions as a ground, added to the normal twisted pair telephone wires.  STPs are a good option in areas with potential interference. These are used to expand the distance between the cables. 

  1. Unshielded Twisted Pair (UTP) 

This is the most preferred type of network cable. In this, all pairs are wrapped in a single plastic sheath. UTP can be used for both computer networks and conventional telephone. Apart from being inexpensive, they are simple to install. 

So, if you are a resident of Arvada, Boulder, Cheyenne, Denver, Englewood CO, Fort Collins, and want to install cables, you can get in touch with us.