We are familiar with both multi & single mode fusion splicing so that we can deliver the best results for your project.
If you have ever worked with or been an electrician, you know that the less connections you have when doing wiring, the better. In fact, it is best advised to never splice power lines if you can avoid it. When it comes to fiber optic cables, they often have to cover extreme distances. Consider the ones that cross the oceans, for example! It is easy to understand that splicing is pretty common when handling fiber optic cable projects, but it does need to be done properly to avoid a reduction in the cable’s efficiency. At GP Associates, Inc., we offer both multi & single mode fusion splicing and have the experience needed to determine the best course of action base on your project.
While we are located in North Carolina and started out serving nearby communities such as Raleigh, North Carolina, we now handle fiber optic installation projects along the Eastern Seaboard and from Ohio to Florida. We handle each splice with meticulous care using heat from a laser, electric arc, or other implements to be sure the two cable ends are fused together so that signals can pass through unimpeded. We are familiar with both multi & single mode fusion splicing so that we can deliver the best results for your project.
We are capable of handling both aerial and underground fiber optic installation projects and our team of 80 employees with years of experience will make certain you are completely satisfied with the results. We can assure you that we will complete your project on time and on budget regardless of the size and complexity of the task at hand. Call today to learn more about our multi & single mode fusion splicing services or any of our other services.
At GP Associates, Inc., we offer multi & single mode fusion splicing services for customers in Knightdale, Raleigh, and Durham, North Carolina, and all along the Eastern Seaboard, including Ohio, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Florida, Pennsylvania, Maryland, Virginia, Tennessee, West Virginia, and New Jersey.