Structured Cabling in Dallas County, TX

Structured Cabling Services for Dallas County, TX

Office Telesystems provides structured voice, data, network and video cabling services in Dallas County, TX directly for businesses or as a subcontractor. Our expert structured cabling team can also manage larger low voltage cabling projects regionally and nationally. Cat 5e, cat 6 and cat 6A and higher grade copper cable is available, along with fiber cable. Fiber cabling is available for demarcation extension and backbone applications, including fiber cable runs with distances longer than 330 feet. Shielded 18/2 and 18/4 copper cable is utilized for access control, sound masking, overhead paging and other applications. Need structured cabling in Fort Worth, TX? Click here for our new Fort Worth structured cabling page, which covers Fort Worth and the surrounding areas. For Frisco, TX and surrounding areas north of Dallas, see our Structured Cabling Frisco, TX page. See below for more information on all cabling options we offer.

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Office Telesystems offers the highest quality structured cabling products for your Dallas County cabling needs, such as Leviton, General Cable, Essex, OCC, Hubbell and more. Office Telesystems is also a certified Elite Installer of ICC cabling products, including cable, jacks, racks and patch panels. If you have a specific brand of cable, jacks, patch panels, racks and other cabling products that you prefer, we can provide it. When it comes to structured voice, data network and video cabling implementations, Office Telesystems follows the old adage that it’s better to do it right the first time.  Cutting corners could cost your company far more than it saved by choosing an outdated cable options or design, especially in the future. Outdated low voltage cabling for your structured cabling could cripple your network, create call quality issues with your network and VoIP phone system and bring about the wrath of its users. And no one wants that! We also see that structured data cabling covers most voice, network and video applications, including WiFi. Choosing the right structured cabling design now will pay dividends that will provide you much more in return than the initial cost.

Cat 5e, Cat 6, Cat 6A, Fiber Cable Options 

Category 3 Cable??

Cat 3 cable has been around a very long time but is still in use in many offices and warehouses nationwide. It can still be used for traditional analog and digital voice applications. If you have cat 3 cabling, you'll need to replace it with cat 5e, cat 6 or 6A cabling for higher network speed requirements or VoIP phone deployments.

Category 5e Cable

Cat 5e has been used for network applications for over 20 years now. It is rated for up to 1GBs for runs under 100 feet, nominally at 350MHz. The most common use today for cat 5e is for small business networks with smaller bandwidth requirements, and also for VoIP applications.

Category 6 Cable

Cat 6 cable is rated for up to 10GBs at 550mHz. Cat 6 has a higher twist rate in each cable pair, which provides higher transmission speed than cat 5e with less errors. It is currently the most popular choice for data networks and VoIP applications and is also a great choice when providing both VoIP and wired network connectivity on one cable.

Category 6A Cable

Cat 6A is rapidly becoming a top choice for cabling and can be used to replace cat 6 and cat 5e for data networks with higher speed and transmission requirements. Cat 6A is a shielded cable which can double transmission speeds and extends 10GBs up to 100 meters. Cat 6A can future proof your business for years to come. This is now a popular choice for schools and medical facilities with higher speed network requirements.

Fiber Cable

For fiber cable options, OM3, OM4 and higher fiber options are available for demarc extensions over 330 feet, larger bandwidth requirements or for network backbone. Fiber is available in single and multi-mode design.


RG6, HDMI and other cable options are available for video, but many video options are utilizing network cabling options such as cat 5e, cat 6, 6A and higher now. This can help streamline cabling throughout your facility.

Office Telesystems specializes in cabling with cat 5e, cat 6 and cat 6A copper cable applications, as well as single and multi mode fiber for demarcation extension and MDF to IDF applications. This includes installation and termination on racks, patch panels, wire management and jacks. All voice, data network and video cabling is tested, or it can be certified (if required) after installation to ensure you of a reliable cabling installation from the start. Did you know that cat 5e, cat 6, cat 6A and higher can be used for all model VoIP, digital and analog phones?

Structured voice, data network and video cabling is also provided by our experienced cabling team for overhead paging systems, audio visual systems, cloud VoIP phone systems, premise-based phone systems, WiFi applications and other products listed in our Products section.

For structured network cabling services in Dallas County, TX, call (972) 484 4900 or toll free (844) 544 4900, or you can Request a Quote here.