Deltron provides the expertise to extend your data connections and phone lines from the demarc or MPOE (minimum point of entry) to your Data closet in your suite. Extending these lines is called a Demarc Extension.
We run a cable from the Minimum Point of Entry (MPOE) or Telecom Closet to an equipment room or the Main Distribution Frame (MDF). Cables are tested and neatly labeled. Once Deltron has extended the demarc to a wiring closet, your IT department can take over the rest of the network.
Needs, distance, and environment will affect the cost of your demarc extension solution as well as for any structured cable network. Deltron has the expertise to evaluate to provide the most cost-effective solution.
The most common demarc extension is a 4 conductor UTP Cat 5e cable. It can bring in 4 phone lines, a DSL circuit, or Ethernet from an Internet modem. This extension is good up to a distance of about 330 ft.
We extend and test all circuit types including Ethernet, T1, DS1, DS3, OC 3, 12, 48, 96, 192, Frame Relay, 56K, and more
Create structured cabling solutions for larger networks. Our technicians can connect the Main Distribution Frame (MDF) to Intermediate Data Frames (IDF) using either 4-pair, 25-pair, 50-pair, 100-pair, 200-pair, or fiber optic cable.
Purchased a new dedicated-circuit T1 line, the vendor will provide a start date on which the circuit goes live. Deltron will work with the telephone company from the client’s side in order to make sure your new circuit is working properly.
Some clients may need the installation of a router configured to receive data from a certain source. Deltron can incorporate the installation of such a router with a demarc extension.
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