Our DataCom Edge team is familiar with the world of IT, Ethernet wiring services, and network infrastructure consulting, and we have broad experience with many different types of topologies and infrastructure environments and reference ANSI/TIA-568.3-D Cabling Standard as a commercial building guide for in- building deployments.
Our experience extends to carrier backhaul, subsea fiber, long haul deployments, campus ‘outside plant’ (OSP) comprising direct fiber for multiple buildings, multi-story in-building containing vertical risers and horizontal runs, and data center networks and CSPs deployments in hierarchical layers – i.e., Core, Aggregation, Access architectures or the more recent modern Leaf-Spine architecture deploying Core, Spine, Leaf layers.
Traditionally, networks have had four main levers with which to meet increasing demands for lower latency and increased traffic which is of primary focus.
- Reduce signal loss in the link
- Shorten the link distance
- Accelerate the signal speed
- Increase the size of the pipe
As four out of every five mobile connections are made indoors, edge-in-building wireless solutions for our clients are becoming more important than ever. We provide options that are easy to deploy and scale to cover as many buildings as required and do it all on inexpensive fiber-optic cable deployments from established demarcation points to end users on the network.
These solutions could be multimode or single-mode with available options to utilize the newest optical fiber design from OFS called rollable ribbon technology that is partially bonded to each other at intermittent points.
Rollable ribbons combine mass fusion splicing speeds with the density of loose tubes, giving the best of both technologies by organizing glass fibers inside of a cable to get the bundling and organization of a ribbon with the flexibility and density of individual fibers.
Fiber Services Include:
Digital connectivity is a growing requirement for Cloud Service Providers, Carriers, commercial building owners and their tenants, school districts, universities, hospitals, towns, cities, and a variety of public spaces. It is becoming increasingly evident that the services all these users are demanding require connectivity to high-speed broadband infrastructure.