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Frequently Asked Questions

They are used for telecommunications and internet connections. They are made of thin strands of glass or plastic that transmit data using light, allowing faster internet speeds, improved reliability, and increased security compared to traditional copper cables. They are also used in various fields like medical, defence, industrial, etc.

Yes, they are generally more secure than copper cables. They are more difficult to tap or intercept, making them a more secure option for businesses that handle sensitive information.

Yes, they can be installed in outdoor environments. Our experts are well-versed in the latest installation techniques and equipment to ensure a quick and efficient installation, even in challenging outdoor conditions.

They are installed by running the cable through a conduit, attaching connectors, and then splicing the cables together. The process typically involves a site survey, planning and design, installation, testing and commissioning, and ongoing maintenance and support.

The time required for fibre optic cable installation depends on the size and complexity of the project. A small residential installation may take a few hours, while a larger commercial or industrial installation could take several days or even weeks.

Installing optical fibre cables is a complex process that requires specialised knowledge and equipment. It is best to hire a professional installation team to ensure that the installation is done correctly and that the cables are appropriately maintained.

These Cables transmit light through a thin glass or plastic core. The light travels through the core, bouncing off the walls, and is then received at the other end. This allows for fast and efficient data transfer over long distances.