We provide the following services in DE, PA, NJ & NY areas.
Cabling & Cable Testing – Data and voice lines and cables are tested. Various grades like CAT5, CAT5e and up to CAT6. Fiber and FDDI are indeed tested as well. This is a great way to troubleshoot errors or loss of connection on your network.
Telephone & Voice Mail Systems – Various telephone systems can be installed and systems like Avaya, Cisco and more we hold certifications with them. Great for remote offices or local offices experiencing issues or errors.
Design & Installation of Data Centers – Relocation or upgrades of existing or new data centers is planned for free with one of our Project Managers. Whether a wiring closet or a complete data center with enclosures, we help you plan for maximum growth and return of investment.
Home or Office Support – We provide our services to residential and offices through the East Coast. The same precision work is provided to all sites that we work at.
Wireless (WAP) and WAN Solutions – More companies are moving towards Wireless Access Points installed throughout their locations to provide Wireless access to their workers. We provide complete cabling installation services to access their network and more.
BridgeCable.com warrants equipment and services to be free from detects in material and workmanship for a period of one (1) year from date of installation or service. At it’s option, BridgeCable.com will repair or replace defects at no charge. Warranty excludes defects resulting from misuse, unauthorized repair or acts of God. Please contact us for more details.
- Network support – CAT 5 cable will support 10/100 Ethernet. That is, Ethernet and Fast Ethernet. CAT 5e cable will support Ethernet, Fast Ethernet, and Gigabit Ethernet. CAT 5e Cable is completely backwards compatible, and can be used in any application in which you would normally use CAT 5 cable.
- Less crosstalk – Crosstalk is the electrical interference that results when one wire’s signal effects another wire’s signal. CAT 5e cable has been improved over CAT 5 cable in this respect, and crosstalk has been greatly reduced.
- Bandwidth – This is directly related to network support, in the sense that the bandwidth is the information-carrying capacity of a system. The greater the bandwidth, the greater the information-carrying capacity in a given period of time. CAT 5e cable is rated at 350 megahertz, and it is this increased bandwidth (compared to CAT 5 cable) that allows it to support Gigabit Ethernet.