Fiber-optic networks are essential components of your telecommunication systems. Our team plans, designs, builds and commissions fiber-optic systems efficiently and effectively. We have experience designing backbone networks that connect from the central office to the last-mile connection at homes and businesses, as well as point-to-point networks.
Our professionals — experienced in coordinating projects with utilities, internet service providers, cities and community organizations of all sizes — work closely with you to deploy networks that support high-speed connectivity initiatives, often driven by economic development initiatives.
We understand the intricacies of developing and deploying your complete fiber-optic network, including design for the physical fiber inside and outside the plant. We have deployed thousands of miles of all-dielectric self-supporting fiber cables (ADSS) on utility transmission and distribution structures and optical ground wire (OPGW) in concert with new and upgraded utility line projects.
In addition to the design and construction of physical infrastructure, we have supported clients in the testing and characterization of installed fiber in support of coarse and dense wavelength-division multiplexing (CWDM/DWDM) and passive optical networks (PON).
Fiber to the X
We provide comprehensive professional services for fiber-to-the-x (FTTx) deployments nationwide, with both aerial and underground distribution plants to both existing and future facilities and distribution areas. Our services can push fiber to your node, neighborhood, curb, other premise, or anywhere else your network is trying to reach.
All projects follow industry standards and deliver the most advanced technology for high-speed capacity to provide you with the optimal network architecture and configuration.
Rural communities increasingly are investing in fiber-optic networks to help deploy high-speed internet connections to residents who have long lived with slower data speeds that impede gains in education, employment and healthcare.
Creative solutions must be developed to address the gap in broadband availability between these communities and larger cities and towns. The unique challenges of rural communities — which can include rough terrain, unforeseen service obstacles and land restrictions — require new thinking to push broadband services deeper into the most underserved areas.
We provide the support and industry experience you need to bridge the digital divide.
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Brian Sanfilippo Staff Electrical Designer 816-447-9910