Structured Cabling

Arizona data cabling company

Let us cable your building!

Phoenix Communication Solutions services the entire State of Arizona with a wide range of network data cabling services. We listen, design and build a customized solution that can positively sustain future moves, additions and changes for your network wiring needs.

A list of Recent Industry Projects.

Cabling for a Voice or Data networks is only as good and the testing and labeling of the jacks and patch panels. If your cabling was done by a professional then everything is tested, documented and label correctly right? Most small contractors don’t take the time to do the job right. We pride ourselves in our outstanding workmanship in completing network cabling systems to our standards that exceed the industry

  • Cat 5 wiring
    Cat 5 wiring
  • Cat 5 wiring
    Cat 5 wiring
  • Cat 5 wiring
    Cat 5 wiring
  • Cat 5 wiring
    Cat 5 wiring
  • Cat 5 Rack
    Cat 5 Rack

Our cabling solutions include:

Voice, Data Cabling & Wiring
Network Wiring & Cabling
Design Cabling Systems
Patch Panel Installation & Termination
Structured Cabling & Wiring
Network Cabling & Wiring
Cable Testing, Analysis & Certification
Ethernet Cabling
Data Drops
2 Post & 4 Post Rack Installation
Cat 5 & Cat 5e Cabling & Wiring
Cat 6 & Cat 6a Cabling & Wiring
Relocate IT Equipment
Telecom, IT Room, Server Room, IDF & MDF Build-Outs
Abandoned Cable Demolition & Disposal
Low Voltage Wiring
Low Voltage Technician 
D-Mark Extension

Voice, Data Cabling & Wiring
Phone Cabling

What is the general difference between category 5e and category 6 Cable?

The general difference between category 5e and category 6 is in the transmission performance and extension of the available bandwidth from 100 MHz for category 5e, to 200 MHz for category 6. Cat 6 improvements provide a higher signal-to-noise ratio, allowing higher reliability for current applications and higher data rates for future applications.

Plenum Cable?

Complies with NFPA-262 and UL-910. The only cable allowed in spaces defined as air plenums such as raised flooring systems and air handling ducts. Plenum cables must self-extinguish and not reignite. They also produce less smoke (which is toxic) than traditional PVC cables.

Non- Plenum Cable?

Compiles with UL-1666. Defined for usage in vertical tray applications such as cable runs between floors through cable risers or in elevator shafts.


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