Structured Cabling Installation

Structured Cabling Installation in Dallas/Fort Worth

Whether you need a few data drops or a few hundred in the Dallas Fort Worth areas or nationwide Politon is ready to help. Our technicians are experienced in the installation of copper and fiber networks as well as the integration of the two. Once installed we can maintain, repair and upgrade parts of your network as your business grows. Our services include Cat5e and Cat6 cable installations coaxial installations and fiber optic cable installation as well.

Structured Cabling Installation

Types of Networks Serviced:

Copper-based Networks (Cat5e, Cat6, Cat 6a and Cat 7)

Office computers, printers, CC machines, and many other office IP endpoints typically are connected with a copper network. Copper-based networks are the most common and economical. There are several varieties in cable types. Customer who is going to need a higher data speed through there network is going to need a more robust cable with higher throughput speeds such as the Cat 6 or Cat6a cable but for most business, the Cat 5e will work. Our technicians can install a new network or make changes to an existing one. Politon works to create a custom tailored solution for each individual client.
Fiber-Optic Networks (Singlemode, Multimode, 10 Gig)
Fiber-optic networks have the ability to overcome challenges that traditional copper networks cannot. Distance and EMI (Electromagnetic Interference) from large machinery can affect copper networks but not fiber since it is light inside of the glass as opposed to electricity in a copper strand. Distance is another factor that sets its self apart from copper. Copper networks maximum distance is about 330 feet as opposed to single mode fiber which can travel for miles. There multiple types of fiber cable for different applications as well as connections. Politon has been installing Fiber Optic Networks since 2009 and can help integrate your fiber and copper networks. We have Certified Fiber Optic Technicians (CFOT) as well as Certifid Fiber Optic Specialist in Testing & Maintenance (CFOS/T) on staff that have been trained by the The Fiber Optic Association, Inc.

We Specialize In:

  • Coaxial Cable Installations
  • Copper Cable Installations
  • Fiber Optic Cable Installations
  • Horizontal Distribution Systems
  • Backbone Distribution Systems
  • Networking Fundamentals
  • Wireless Infrastructure
  • Telecom Entrance Facilities and Termination
  • Data Center Build-Outs
  • Relay Rack & Server Cabinet Installations
  • Cable Trays & Ladder Racks
  • Cable Management Systems
  • Move, Add or Change Cabling
  • Service Calls
  • New Construction
  • Telecom Rooms
  • Union/Non-Union
  • Cable Removal
  • Outdoor Plant
  • Industry Standards
  • Local and National Codes
  • Local Permitting Requirements
  • Project Management & Consultation
 

Recent Cabling Jobs

Catch Co.

This installation of data cabling in Fort Worth was so we could install wifi access points in the ceiling over there procurement area. Each time the customer pulls an item off the shelf they scan the item and it updates there database on inventory and order fulfillment. The scanners they utilize require wifi and the wifi over there area is specific to the Catch Co account. Our techs utilized the customers scissor lift to install the Cat6 data cabling as well as the customer provided Cisco Access Points approximately thirty feet overhead. The customer tested the access points and saw them online before we left.

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Acme Truck Line, Inc.

We went on-site to troubleshoot the network cabling at this Cedar Hill, TX facility. When we arrived we discovered several problems with why the TVs would not get a network connection. There was a few TVs that had there network connection plugged into the telephone jack so that was an easy solution. The second issue was the other two TVs were plugged into a switch with no uplink to the internet. We tested there Cat6 cable as good just to be sure the cabling would work. Then we plugged the connection into there main switch and the TVs pulled an ip address. We pulled up the weather channel on each tv to prove out our troubleshooting. Closed out the job with our customer and to please call us if they have any issues.

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Cat6 Network Rack

We went on-site and determined this was basically two network cabling projects. The easier project was the Cat 6 cabling that would be running to the IDF cabinet at one end of the building. This IDF was connected back to the main data room with OM3 multimode fiber optic cabling. The more difficult part of the project was the cabling that ran to the main data room. There was an existing data rack that we had to work around and ultimately help the customer move out of the data room after moving all of his network gear into the new rack. We completely built out the new data rack with all of the customer's new and existing hardware.

One of the challenges of this project was our lead tech getting vertigo from a previous ear infection that caused him to be out of work for over a month. We really missed him on this project and it caused us to ask for an additional week to complete the project. Our customers where very gracious and kind to our timeline and we completed the project on our second target date.

On this project we installed over 150 Cat 6 cables, a 10G 6 strand Multimode fiber optic cable, one data rack and one network cablinet.

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