Question and Answer
What qualifies Cable Terminators to help you?
With over seven years of experience in structured cabling, we have developed certain skills that allow us to get in and out of your workplace in a timely fashion. Because of our enjoyment of running cable, fixing up closets, and interacting with employees, we work for the love of work, meaning we will do the best possible job every time.
What decided Cable Terminators LLC to start?
We started as an employee at a telecommunication company. Seeing the use for more structured cabling, Zac Warner branched out. The telecommunication business is tough, with people always trying to take each other’s customers. Zac was inspired to help the entire business by sharing his expertise and experience. Here to help all telecommunication business, with no preferential treatment, Cable Terminators LLC was created.
What can Cable Terminators LLC do to help my business?
Cable Terminators LLC is qualified to install category 3, 5e, and 6 cables, and fiber optic cables. Any cable add-on or extension to your existing network is a breeze with Cable Terminators LLC. They can install data racks, speaker systems, and video surveillance systems. Best of all; Cable Terminators LLC can clean up your shabby looking closet and turn it into a clean masterpiece.
Which cable should I have installed, cat 5e, cat 6, or fiber wire?
That will depend on the amount of bandwidth you need and the distance between your closet and the drop. All cable length can accurately move data up to 100 meters without the use of a repeater. The most inexpensive cable is cat 5e. Cat 6 cable is slightly more reliable and can extend bandwidth up to 500 MHz. Indoor fiber wire is normally used in warehouses scenarios and run from one closet to another closet.
What is MHz and what speed do I want for performance at my work desk?
MHz is Megahertz, used to measure sine or electromagnetic waves such as musical frequencies, or in our case, speed of Ethernet frequency. Most companies can work with 100 MHz for their desk stations. Often times companies like to go overboard and get a mega fast connection. If done properly, category 5e can substantially handle most of your network needs. Of course, if you heavily rely on the internet for your job (downloading, uploading, storing mega files, etc.) then you would look for 200 MHz.