ProTek Fiber — A Structured Network cabling installation company
Today’s business landscape is consistently changing. Technological advancements require structured, up-to-date network cabling, simplified adaptability and future-proof capabilities.
It’s imperative to ensure your structured cabling system is prepared to provide your company, organization or institution the advantage to easily handle what lies ahead. ProTek Fiber provides the most highly structured network cabling and fiber optic solutions to quickly and affordably install a quality infrastructure—helping your business increase efficiency and profitability.
Whether your company is in need of a new structured cabling installation, fiber optic network capabilities, or simply requires delicate splicing to your existing network cabling, ProTek Fiber is able to provide the highest quality work at the most affordable prices.
We ensure all work is completed in a timely manner, even working during off peak hours in order to reduce any down time, keeping your business productive the entire time! You will be hard pressed to find a structured cabling installation company that not only provides a higher quality product at a better price, but one that will work with you to ensure your company can continue to operate during the entire process.
Thank you for visiting ProTek Fiber here at our online home. If you have any questions regarding our services, or would like to request referrals information or testimonials from our past and current clients, please don’t hesitate to contact us! We look forward to being your structured network cabling provider!
Having Problems With Your Traditional Copper Cabling System? Go Fiber Optic With Protek Fiber!
Why choose fiber optic cabling? Here’s five solid reasons
#1 Fiber Optic Cables Are Built To Last
If you are currently utilizing a traditional copper wiring network, you know they are prone to damage. A fiber optic cabling system, on the other hand, are very durable. Less downtime means more productivity.
#2 Fiber Optic Cables Won’t Pose A Fire Hazard
Fiber optic cabling does not produce EMI, meaning there is no electric current traveling through the system’s core.
#3 Less Interference With A Fiber Optic Cable Installation
Unlike copper cables, fiber optic cables don’t conduct electricity. No need to worry about interference with other wires running in parallel to your network.
#4 Less Signal Loss When Utilizing A Fiber Optic Cable Network
In longer runs, copper cables are prone to deliver a weaker signal—not so with fiber optic cables.
#5 Fiber Optic Cables Transmit Faster Than Traditional Cables
Data through a fiber optic cabling system travels nearly at the speed of light, ensuring your network is sending and receiving information as quickly as possible.