Quakertown, PA (PRWEB) June 26, 2014
Computer™ Cable Store has been adding various useful utilities to its storefront. However, its latest addition of Bulk Fiber Optic Cable is surely a step towards modern supplementation.
“For as long as we have known, Ethernet cables of Cat5 and Cat6 type have been used for broadband transmission. These are so popular that they have stayed in maximal use ever since the first cable was devised,” said George McDowell, sales executive with Computer™ Cable Store. However, with increased data transmission rates available for transmitters, all this had to change. These days, Fiber optic cables are being used to transfer high speed data which are in the league of Gigabytes and petabytes per second. Ethernets cannot compete with this type of transfer rate.” When we inquired about the future scenario of these cables, George McDowell said, “We hope to see Fiber Optic Cabling becoming the norm in near future. With twenty percent of the market, already being dominated by fiber, in the next 10 years, these cables will be seen in every household.”
“And for this very reason,” said Jeramie Cavanaugh, product manager with Computer™ Cable Store, “we are offering state of the art Fiber Optic Cables to engage the network that are customers are already on. It will fortify their peace of mind by making their business future safe.” A member of the panel asked as to how this will affect the individual, to which Jeramie Cavanaugh replied, “We have two types of Bulk Fiber Optic Cable available. Singlemode and Multimode. Singlemode fiber is used in applications involving extensive distances, i.e. in Outsourcing and business processing departments. However, Multimode is used for domestic purposes as these are compatible with the more inexpensive consumer devices.
George McDowell assured, “Our Bulk Fiber Optic Cable is manufactured by a renowned maker, Optical Cable Corporation™ (OCC). Their fame has spread throughout the internet and technical markets because of the efficiency with which they eliminate surface fractures in the glass conductors within the cable. We want only the best for our customers and that is what they will get”. He also verified that the cables were UL certified and had passed Flame Retardancy tests.
With so many reasons for a secure buy and the potential use that Computer™ Cable Store has laid out, we sure think that these 1000 and 2000 feet bulk cables will be a premier forte of the company’s storefront. Jeramie Cavanaugh also tells us that the Bulk Cables are available in two different variants, optimized for both indoor and outdoor use. Those interested in viewing what Computer™ Cable Store has to offer can follow the links below or get direct correspondence via their online chat portal.