Monthly Archives: May 2010

Data Cabling Technology Has Advanced Tremendously in Pittsburgh

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Data cabling has grown to include multiple options for data transmission over the past two decades. What started with copper-wire phone lines has extended to satellite internet service, coaxial cables, and fiber-optic cables. Coaxial and fiber-optic cables provide the biggest and most lucrative opportunities for internet service providers as well as telecommunications companies. Now that… Read more »

Coaxial Cabling in Pittsburgh, PA

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Coaxial cable, most often known as simply ‘cable’ service (as opposed to dial-up or satellite service) is double-insulated copper wire cable used for internet and television transmission. A coaxial cable has a plastic sheath covering the entire length of the cable; a woven copper shield immediately below the plastic sheath; a plastic insulator below the… Read more »

Fiber-Optic Cabling in Pittsburgh, PA

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Fiber-optic data transmission is the latest and most advanced technology to make an appearance in commercial internet and television service providers. An optical fiber cable is made up of a thread of glass as thin as a human hair, and so pure that you could see through it for miles. Light pulses actually travel through… Read more »

The Future of Data Cabling in Pittsburgh, PA

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Data cabling technology has advanced almost to the level of science fiction. These new developments make it important to make sure you have sufficient data cabling on hand for your needs. This applies to offices and industrial settings, as well as other institutions such as hospitals. If your building is lagging behind, you should contact… Read more »