In order to make fiber work for your business, the fiber has to connect to the world. Terminating your fiber at an Involta data center provides for critical backup services, such as redundant power systems, redundant climate control, high security and 24/7/365 coverage. Expand your IT network easily by utilizing Involta’s extensive fiber network.
Some Involta data centers function as carrier hotels, providing a point-of-presence (POP) for multiple data and broadband carriers. Point-of-presence along the fiber optic network can also serve as a warm disaster-recovery site for Involta clients.
Whether you are a carrier needing 400 miles of fiber construction, or a client needing fiber to a warehouse down the street, Involta is up to the task.
We have been building fiber plants for more than ten years, including All-Dielectric Self-Supporting (ADSS) fiber (common in fiber-to-the-premises systems), fiber interconnects, system upgrades and new system construction.
Involta’s fiber teams are consistently recognized as among the highest quality in the industry, due to extensive experience, thorough training programs, stringent hiring practices, a culture of safety and formalized quality control programs.
Our engineers have demonstrated expertise in all segments of the telecommunications industry, including design, engineering, construction and operations of fiber optic networks in the United States, Latin America and the Caribbean.
Involta performs fiber optic fusion splicing (loose tube or ribbon). Involta technicians conduct bi-directional OTDR (optical time domain reflector) and power testing to ensure splices are clean and meeting critical performance criteria.
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