Today's Local Area Network plays an essential part of every business, campus, and government. It has helped shared data, video, audio like never before. Prior to fiber optic cable use, the copper wire cables were used for data transmission. Now, fiber optic technology has proven to be more beneficial and cost-effective than copper wire. Fiber optic cables and fast Ethernet cables are replacing traditional copper line to link PCs within a building or campus to share information. The bandwidth throughput ranges from 100 Mbps fast ethernet to 1 Gigabit ethernet, and upgradeable to almost unlimited bandwidth.

    Dilemmas that most businesses face today with traditional copper LAN are...
  • Lack of performance
  • Slow bandwidth
  • Bulky and heavy cables
  • Short distance

    JG Telecommunications can solve these problems by providing combination of fiber optic and Fast Ethernet LAN with...
  • High bandwidth (1Gbps and up)- more bandwidth for future upgrade
  • Fiber optic cables are stronger, lighter, smaller than comparable copper cable, durable
  • Fiber optic networks operate hundreds/thousands of times faster than copper. Information are transmitted at the speed of light
  • Longer distance (300meter)
  • Higher Security. Harder to tap in
  • Fiber optic cabling systems do not conduct electricity that can damage sensitive electronic transmission equipment and are not susceptible to electrical noise.
  • upgradeable and scalable to support any number of users, allowing expansion for future growth

    JG Telecommunications will...
  • Analyze and assess your current LAN environment (if you have one)
  • Based on our asseses for your fiber network and topology to handle all current and future traffic
  • Install and configure network
  • Support technical, maintenance, and upgrade.

Recommended for college campuses, schools, office buildings, high-rise apartments, government facilities.

"JG Telecommunication builds fiber LAN infrastructure using market leading network technology manufacturers."

Network Topology: describes the shape of a network and how computers are interconnected.

  • Star Topology: each computer has a separate connection to the central component hub or switch.

  • Ring Topology: connected user goes from one computeer to the other. no central equipment necessary.


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"JG Telecommunications have the experience, knowledge and resources to provide the most efficient and cost effective solutions to your business needs."