Your business relies on proper installation of cabling to operate efficiently and at optimal speeds. Absolute’s staff is here to assist you in the design and implementation of a cabling system.

Phones and computers in an office use voice and data cable to communicate with a server or switch.  The same way you maintain a computer, you need to maintain your network and phone cabling.  Prevent your company from having a cluttered nest of cabling running your network.

Our technicians are highly trained, experienced, fully licensed and insured.  We staff ICC Certified Elite Installers™ and Absolute Communications (CEI) offers a 15 Year Performance Limited Warranty on structured cabling installations supported by ICC.  Elite ID#: 29040451

Data Cabling is a key component of any networked system, therefore it is advisable when planning new IT infrastructure to commit 15-20% of the total cost in this area. Studies have shown that failures in badly designed and implemented cabling are very common and can get very expensive.

Our certified technicians ensure that cable is installed in a clean and neat path and that each connection is tested.  Whether you are building a new network or if you want to move, and or change your existing infrastructure we can help.

We also specialize in cabling for specific applications such as Surveillance, Paging, A/V, and Projection.

Fiber Optic Cabling VS. Cat6

Fiber Optic

fiber-optic cable is an assembly similar to an electrical cable, but containing one or more optical fibers that are used to carry light. Fiber optic cable can provide high speeds (up to 100 gigs per second) over long distance, making it ideal for long distance communications or providing a high-speed data connection.


Category 6 cable (Cat 6) is a standardized twisted pair cable for Ethernet and other network physical layers that is backward compatible with the Category 5/5e and Category 3 cable standards.  Cat6 supports speeds of more than double Cat5 up to 1 gig per second, which makes it a popular choice for Voice Over IP communication with it’s only drawbacks being cable length limits and bulkiness.

Which Should You Choose?

While Cat6 may suffice for some residential customers, the speed of fiber makes it a better choice for businesses that have a high demand for internet bandwidth. Fiber is a must in today’s streaming world.

  • CAT5e

  • CAT6

  • CAT6A

  • 25 pair

  • Burial

  • RS232

  • Plenum

  • PVC

  • Coax

  • Fiber Optics

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