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Octel Networks has over Sixteen years of combined structured cabling design experience. Our in-house design staff consists of experience in vertical and horizontal connectivity projects spanning a wide variety of industrial and commercial network cabling applications, as well as expertise in all aspects of network topologies and LAN solutions such as: CAT 5e, CAT 6 and Fiber Optic network design. Octel design incorporates important aspects like cross talk, bandwidth consideration, cable conformance, calculation of transmission error rates and important details often overlooked such as fire stopping and cable management.

Whether upgrading current cabling networks, relocating offices or unfitting facilities, We have the experience and capabilities to provide your IT staff with an accurate scope of work, bid drawings and documents that will eliminate costly change orders as the project unfolds.

Octel Networks can help to make your cabling more effective

   Infrastructure Product Supply and Installation

   Local area network design - green field / refurbishment

   Specification documentation and feasibility.

   Site audit / recommendation reports

   Comprehensive planning for onsite consultation

Benefits of our Structured Cabling

   Reduced costs and challenges of managing IT environment

   Streamline unmanageable clogs of under-floor cabling that contribute to excessive heat build up.

   Moves, adds and changes can be more reliable

   Designed under - floor congestion and enabling better airflow.

   Future IT Infrastructure option

   Simplify project coordination and accelerate implementation schedules

   Improve network performance

   Best Infrastructure & Maintenance Provider Eleven years in a row.

   Proven and relevant experience of over 11 years in organized structured cabling

   Integrated services to manage the complete life cycle of a IT infrastructure

   Easy access owing to widespread regional footprint

   Experience of designing, planning and implementing networks in structured cabling and data  centers with skilled connectivity


Copper is by far the most versatile and the most widely used conductor material. It is also compatible with numerous coatings to enhance termination and retard corrosion. Annealed copper conductors provide better flex life than hard copper conductors. Where greater flexibility is necessary, the annealed grade should be specified since it employs a soft steel core with the flexibility near that of copper but with twice the strength. High strength will be achieved by using the hard drawn form. In the applications of high frequency transmission, no loss of conductivity is evident from that of solid copper due to transmission along the copper surface (skin effect).


Fiber optic provides high bandwidth and mission critical physical infrastructures in data center, enterprise, and campus networks with comprehensive fiber optic systems that deliver high performance, reliability and scalability. By leveraging its technology leadership, innovative design and cable management expertise, fiber optic systems meet today’s requirements and provide a migration path for tomorrow’s applications. These advanced fiber optic systems include fiber optic cable, connectors, adapter modules, adapter panels, cassettes, enclosures, patch cords, cable assemblies, cable distribution products and accessories for both singlemode and multimode applications. Together, these components provide complete solutions for today’s high data rate Fibre Channel and Ethernet applications, and support future readiness for 40 Gb/s and 100 Gb/s data rates, maximizing physical infrastructure performance, modularity, and scalability.

Fiber optic cables are thin strands of optically digital information

A single optical fiber has the following parts:

   Core - Thin glass center of the fiber where the light travels.

   Cladding - Low-refractive-index material that surrounds the core of an optical fiber to contain core light while protecting against surface contaminant scattering.

   Buffer coating - Protective coating applied directly on the fiber.

Multiple optical fibers can be arranged in bundles. These bundles are protected by the cable's outer covering, called a jacket.

Optical fibers come in two types:

   Single Mode fibers

   Multimode fibers

Fiber optic cables have many advantages over other types of cables. They are thinner and more lightweight than traditional copper wires and also use less power and provide less signal degradation. Fiber optic cables have a higher capacity for information and power than copper wires. They are also non-flammable and are better suited for digital and light signal transmission.

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