STI Telecom is the network cabling service provider of choice for Montreal businesses.
We offer full-service network cabling installations from start-to-finish.
Get your free, non-commital network cabling quote.
WHY IS NETWORK CABLING SO IMPORTANT
Solid network cabling infrastructures depend on the proper installation of components adhering to network cabling standards. That’s why we provide complete network cabling installation solutions for companies. As part of their quality control procedures, our network cabling technicians use the latest network testing tools to verify each cable and connector before concluding a cabling installation. So, let one of our certified network cabling technicians design a network cabling plan for your office.
We have provided network cabling services to Montreal businesses for more that 30 years!
OUR CABLING SERVICES
VOICE - DATA CABLING
We offer start-to-finish network cabling for your phone and computer networks using the best cabling products (Cat 5, Cat 5e, Cat 6).
PATCH PANEL INSTALLATION
We install and terminate your patch panel, letting you organize cables, reduce clutter and make maintenance easier.
FIBER OPTIC CABLING
We offer Fiber Optic Network installation, testing and termination for your phone, and computer networks.
AUDIO - VIDEO CABLING
We offer professional audio and video network cabling for your security camera and public anouncement (PA) system.
PHONE - VOIP CABLING
We provide quality phone system cabling so that you can have crystal clear voice HD voice during your business phone calls.
QUEBEC SERVICE AREA
Our network cabling service area extends across greater Montreal and most of Quebec.
Greater Montreal (H1A to H2K)
H2A Saint-Michel, East
H3A Downtown Montreal North (McGill University)
H4A Notre-Dame-de-Grâce Northeast
H5A Place Bonaventure
H9A Dollard-des-Ormeaux Northwest
H1B Montreal East
H2B Ahuntsic North
H3B Downtown Montreal East
H4B Notre-Dame-de-Grâce Southwest
H5B Place Desjardins
H9B Dollard-des-Ormeaux East
H1C Rivière-des-Prairies Northeast
H2C Ahuntsic Central
H3C Griffintown (Includes Île Notre-Dame & Île Sainte-Hélène) (Université de Montréal)
H9C L'Île-Bizard Northeast
H1E Rivière-des-Prairies Southwest
H2E Villeray Northeast
H4E Ville Émard
H9E L'Île-Bizard Southwest
H1G Montréal-Nord North
H2G Petite-Patrie Northeast
H3G Downtown Montreal Southeast (Concordia University)
H4G Verdun North
H9G Dollard-des-Ormeaux Southwest
H0H Reserved 0H0: Santa Claus
H1H Montréal-Nord South
H2H Plateau Mont-Royal North
H3H Downtown Montreal Southwest
H4H Verdun South
H7H Auteuil West
H9H Sainte-Geneviève / Pierrefonds
H1J Anjou West
H2J Plateau Mont-Royal North Central
H4J Cartierville Central
H7J Auteuil Northeast
H1K Anjou East
H2K Centre-Sud North
Popular Cabling Questions
What is structured network cabling?
Structured network cabling refers to the network cables/wires and components of a computer or telephone network infrastructure that is installed in a logical and organized manner.
Why is it important to use structured network cabling?
The consistency of a structured network cabling system simplifies troubleshooting and adds/changes/moves. It can support multi-vender equipment and future applications with little or no upgrade.
What equipment can use structured network cabling?
· Modem/Internet Access
· DVD and/or VCR
· Fax Machine
· Cable Access
· Home Theater
· Satellite System
· Security System
· Home Automation
· Lighting Control
What are the differences between CAT 5 and CAT 5e cables?
CAT 5 supports Ethernet and Fast Ethernet (speeds up to 100 Mbps) while CAT 5e supports Ethernet, Fast Ethernet and Gigabit Ethernet. CAT 5e has more shielding that CAT 5 which results in less electrical interference and cross talk.
What are the differences between CAT 5e and CAT 6 cables?
A Cat 5e cable can run near or at gigabit speeds, but it’s not gigabit “certified". On the other hand, Cat 6 cable is manufactured specifically to operate at gigabit speed.