Low Voltage Wiring & Fiber Optics

As one of the leading low voltage contractors in the industry, Axtel Consulting can help you build a safe and scalable network that ensures top-notch low voltage wiring and maintenance. We specialize in low voltage networks, which means our services will give you maximum connectivity and energy efficiency.

Whether you’re building a new network infrastructure from scratch or upgrading your current system, Axtel is here to help with full-service structured cabling.

different types of cabling

Cat 5e, Cat 6, and Cat 7 are all types of fiber optic cable. Each type has its own properties that make it ideal for certain applications.

Cat 5e

This cable has been around since 1994 and is commonly used in small business environments where space is limited.

Cat 6

Similar to Cat 5e but with even higher speeds than its predecessor due to increased bandwidths available at higher speeds.*

Cat 7

A newer version uses larger diameter cores which allow for low distances between connections without any loss in performance.*

Data Rooms and Server Rooms

Data rooms and server rooms are used for a variety of purposes, including security and data storage. In a data room, employees must have permission from the IT department before they can enter.

The server room is where your company's computers are stored. It has a higher level of security than other areas in your building because it houses valuable information that could be stolen or destroyed if there were an attack on the building itself.

Fiber Optic Cabling and Termination

Fiber optic cables are made up of glass or plastic fibers, which transmit digital data. They are used to transmit digital data over long distances and can be used in building security systems, fiber optic LANs (local area networks), and more.

Fiber optics have been in use since the late 1800s when Alexander Graham Bell demonstrated his invention for transmitting telephone calls between two points through thin strands strung between poles on opposite sides of an open area called a “fringe.” The invention was originally meant for military communications, but soon after its invention it began being used commercially as well as socially—for example: telephones became so popular that they became obsolete by the early 20th century; then came radio broadcasting which further pushed aside phone lines; now we have smartphones!

Security Systems and Video

Security cameras are a great way to keep an eye on your property, but sometimes it’s hard to find the right one. If you’re looking for security camera installation services, we’ve got you covered! We can help with everything from installing surveillance systems to setting up video monitoring systems.

We specialize in providing solutions for commercial businesses, residential properties and even small offices. Our team has years of experience working with all types of clients from large corporations down through individual homeownership units and townhomes alike; so no matter what kind of project you need us for we’ll be able to handle it with ease!

Building a system that will do what you need it to do.

If you are looking to build a system that will do what you need it to do, then look no further than our low voltage cabling and fiber optics products.

You will find that our systems are scalable and flexible. We can help you design a solution that fits your needs right away or we can work with you as an extension of your team so that we can customize the details of your project based on its specific requirements.

Our data rooms come equipped with high-speed internet access, video surveillance systems, phone lines for voice calls and data transfers (both wired and wireless), security features such as biometric readers or fingerprint scanners at key entry points throughout each room where sensitive information needs protecting from prying eyes – even if those eyes happen not be human!

In conclusion, Cat5e and Cat6 are great for data and voice networks. They are also the most common types of network that we use today. However, there are many other cables that can be used in a variety of situations.

Wifi Design and Networking

Wireless networking is one of the most convenient ways to connect devices. It’s easy to set up and use, making it an excellent choice for small businesses and home offices. The power of wifi allows you to use a wide range of devices at once—from phones and laptops, to televisions and gaming consoles—so you can enjoy your favorite shows without having to deal with tangled cables all over the place.