Protek Fiber Is Proud To Have Earned Mercantile & Business Privilege License From The City Of Harrisburg
Protek Fiber LLC
1850 Dual Highway
Hagerstown, MD 21740
Dear Mr. Horst:
The City of Harrisburg is pleased to have issued you a Mercantile and Business Privilege License for conducting business activity within our City. We consider it an honor to have your business as a part of this City’s growing commercial and industrial base.
The City of Harrisburg’s aggressive economic development initiatives is a part of our vision for revitalizing Harrisburg. We are honored to add you to our list of the thousands of entrepreneurs who have contributed to our economic success.
Your investment in Harrisburg has helped to produce major net gains in the number of businesses, private sector jobs and livable homes. Issues such as crime, fire, and vacant properties have significantly dropped.
Harrisburg of today and tomorrow represents a place where business opportunity and success are encouraged and supported. I wish you great success in your business activities in our City.
We look forward to hearing from you and are proud that Harrisburg is open for business!
Thank you so much Mayor Papenfuse, for your kind words and the ability for us to service Harrisburg businesses as it pertains to their fiber optic and network cabling needs. We truly consider it an honor and a privilege to be able to do business with the the companies and industries that call the City of Harrisburg home!
The first question you’re most likely asking is “What in the world is a fiber optic splice and how would I know if we even need a service like that?” Here at ProTek Fiber we talk the lingo everyday, and it’s easy to forget that typical businesses may not even beware their network is utilizing fiber optic cables. We’re here to help educate you regarding what fiber optic cables actually are and why proper splicing, when needed, can save you a ton of money. Are you ready for some cool info? Continue reading →
A Little Cold Weather Doesn’t Stop ProTek Fiber
Client contacted ProTek Fiber to troubleshoot existing fiber optic cabling during very inclement weather.
Based on the pictures below, it may sound like we’re stating the obvious…BUT IT WAS COLD! That didn’t stop us, though, from helping our client solve their structured cabling problem. Norfolk Souther Railroad has to operate regardless of how cold the temperature drops, and when they were experiencing issues due to existing cabling terminations and in-place damaged structured cabling, they called ProTek Fiber. We understand how important your structured cabling needs are as well, that’s why we offer a Free Site Survey in order to help you identify how we can provide a customized structured cabling solution.
Is your Internet service provider installing fiber optic cabling from the street to your office building? If so, you may be responsible for providing an Innerduct Conduit Pathway from the building entrance point to the LAN room for the new fiber optic cabling.
ProTek Fiber can help you meet those requirements by installing Plenum or Riser rated Innerduct Conduit for your service provider’s fiber optic pathway. We also supply a pull cord inside the conduit for cable pulling ease.
ProTek Fiber also has the capabilities to install MaxCell Fabric Innerduct in existing or new Conduit pathways. MaxCell is a flexible, multi celled, textile Innerduct system that provides dedicated pathways in congested riser ducts and allows for future expansion.
Contact Jason Horst at 301-797-6666 or email him today at [email protected] for a FREE site survey or quote. Jason will gladly answer any questions about our fiber optic solutions you may have.
When a Fortune 500 Company Needed a Solution for Poor Cabling and Network Troubleshooting, ProTek Fiber Was Their Go-To Cabling Company.
The client’s cabling before ProTek Fiber’s installation.
The client’s cabling after ProTek Fiber’s installation.
The client’s cabling before (left) and after (right) ProTek Fiber’s installation.
One of the leading fiber optic installation companies in the tri-state area, ProTek Fiber recently completed a network-cabling project for a Fortune 500 company in York, Pa. The global technology company had a mix-match of old Cat 5 and Cat 5e cabling in their office. The poor cabling was difficult to locate and troubleshoot jack locations.
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