Fiber Optic Cabling Specialists, Inc. provides a variety of services in Burlington, Massachusetts. Being on Route 128, Burlington has been a part of the exploding tech industry. It has been one of the fastest-growing industries in the recent history of Massachusetts, bringing billions of dollars into the state’s economy. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, technology companies have paid nearly 20 percent of all wages in Massachusetts over the last decade.
While half view Burlington as a suburban town, it is actually fully included in this tech boom. It is the perfect crossroads, because while it is considered a part of route 128, it is also considered part of the greater Boston area. With a growing population of about 25,000 people, Burlington is a perfect opportunity for us to prove our skills.
To upgrade the technology of an organization, we prepare fiber optic cables for termination and install connectors when they are necessary. the final step in our process utilizes Diamond Polishing Paper and every project is tested before completion, as we promise the highest-quality connector and end face.
A fiber optic cable failure can be disastrous for a business, especially in the technology industry, directly causing a loss of productivity, and ultimately a cut from profits made at the end of year. We provide emergency services that are offered 24/7, because problems are never confined to only office hours. As a result, our technicians work hard to come in, figure out what the problem is, and repair it in a timely manner.
We can come in and test your newly installed fiber optic cable system to ensure it is compliant with Tier 1 or Tier 2 industry. These tests guarantee the fiber optic cable system can support an organization’s network speed and work correctly without interruption, causing a company many less headaches during the year.
We can provide field splicing restoration services for when a fiber optic cable is not functioning properly. Our company specializes in mass fusion splicing, which can fuse up to 12 fibers at once, something that is extremely time-saving on large-scale projects, as most cables today are made with high fiber counts.