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Network Cable Installation Services in Whitby, Clarington, Oshawa, and the GTA

Full Spectrum Computer Services provides network cable installation services, voice & data network solutions in Whitby, Clarington, Oshawa, and all surrounding areas including the GTA. In addition to our network cable installation services, we also offer a wide range of voice and data network solutions to meet the needs of businesses of all sizes.

Whether you are setting up your new office or upgrading your technology infrastructure, our team of experienced technicians can help you design and install a network solution that meets your specific requirements.

Why Choose Us?

Experience the expertise of Full Spectrum Computer Services’ technicians who specialize in comprehensive site surveys, meticulous walk-throughs, and the development of detailed infrastructure designs. Our skilled team excels in installing various data-wiring solutions, ensuring seamless connectivity for your business. With our convenient, on-site services, you can trust our professional network cabling installers to directly deliver the benefits of advanced network management to your office. Count on us for ongoing support and maintenance, empowering your business with reliable and efficient network solutions.


Network Cable Installation Services

  • We offer a variety of network cable installation services, including Cat5e and Cat6 cable installation. Furthermore, we also offer fiber optic cable installation for businesses that need the highest possible bandwidth and performance.
  • Voice & telephone cabling/wiring
  • Audio/Video
  • Fiber Optic cable installation services, including installation of flexible inner duct (also referred to as rigid inner duct or corrugated tubing)
  • Fiber optic cable termination
  • Patch panel installation & termination
  • Coax
  • We offer voice & data cable installation services/wiring for commercial office, retail, and industrial customers
  • After-hours and weekends can also be booked for cable installation services

Voice & Data Solutions

Full Spectrum Computer Services is a single source telecommunications provider. In addition to providing the best in equipment, cable installation services and infrastructure, we also assist our customers in the selection and implementation of telecom networks and services.

From analog lines to PRI’s and VoIP we help you navigate the ever-changing world of voice and data solutions.


FAQ: Demystifying Network Cabling

Structured Cabling is an improvement over Conventional Wiring.

There are several reasons why a structured cabling system is preferred to conventional wiring systems. In a conventionally wired network, you’ll often see tangled wires and cables going from computers to the hubs and then off to a router.

This infrastructure was probably installed over a long-time by several vendors. A structured data cabling strategy takes a logical and longer-term approach. It explores where the cabling is needed and organizes it cleanly and within the network’s routers, switches, and hubs.

This high-level of organization in the cabling means that it will be simpler to install and troubleshoot everything on your network from VoIP phones to company servers and computers.

To avoid future disaster and downtime.

Most businesses have felt the pain of IT failure at one point. No matter the source, preventive disaster control can be achieved with a correctly labeled and organized wiring rack. Cat5 VoIP to giga-bit fiber cables are subject to damage over time. A well-documented clean installation with labeling will get your IT systems back online.

Yes, structured cabling will save money and time in the future.

Structured cabling is the implementation of a precise design for infrastructure cabling system that will support multiple hardware uses and be fitting for today’s requirements and the demands of the future.

With an accurately installed IT system, current and future requirements can accept new hardware that will be required for the future to support growing needs.

Every PC of IT Equipment benefits from structured wiring.

Structured cabling connects devices in an office together within a centralized IT infrastructure. A division of data and equipment into their own discrete sockets makes it easy to streamline your network IT infrastructure.

An example would be running power cables near data cables, which can cause disruptive noise in your system, reducing efficiency.

Structured cabling takes all types of possible issues into creating a robust network infrastructure.

CAT5e supports Gigabit Ethernet (1000BASE-T).

The bandwidth of the CAT5 cable is only 100 MHz, while the bandwidth of a CAT5e cable is 350 MHz With this higher bandwidth that Gigabit Ethernet (1000BASE-T) can be carried by CAT5e cables. The CAT5e cable is fully backwards compatible with CAT5 and can be used in any application in which you would normally use CAT5 cable.

Gigabit network speeds up to 328 feet.

Cat 5e has been around for yearsIt gave us the first look at what the One-Gigabit networks.

The minimum network should be a least a Gigabit CAT5e network. Cat 5e wirers are 24-gauge twisted pair cables, which can provide a Gigabit network speed at distances up to 328 feet.

CAT6A specification has a higher bandwidth and distance.

Cat6a maintains bandwidth frequencies of up to 500 MHz, twice the amount of Cat6 cable, and can also support 10Gbps. Unlike Cat6 cabling, Cat6a can support 10 Gigabit Ethernet at 100 meters.

In most cases, you will not need Cat 7 cable. Cat 6A cable is more than sufficient for most home and office networks, and it is much less expensive. Cat 7 cable is only necessary for very high-speed networks, such as those used in data centers.

CategoryMaximum Data RateMaximum Frequency
Cat 6A10 Gbps500 MHz
Cat 710 Gbps600 MHz
Cat 840 Gbps2 GHz

As you can see, Cat 6A cable is capable of supporting speeds of up to 10 Gbps, which is more than enough for most home and office networks. Cat 7 cable only offers a slight increase in speed, and it is not widely available. Cat 8 cable is the newest and fastest type of cable, but it is also the most expensive.

Unless you have a specific need for a very high-speed network, Cat 6A cable is the best choice for most homes and offices. It is affordable, easy to find, and more than capable of supporting the speeds of most devices.