Custom Business Network Cable Installs

Fusion-IT is your dependable source for structured voice and data cabling for all of your business communications requirements. Our Lexington, Kentucky network wiring, voice, and data cabling installers and contractors offer structured network cabling solutions as well as business phone system installation and maintenance to the Lexington and surrounding areas.

High quality and fast turnaround installs

Local to Lexington, Kentucky and surrounding counties

Locally owned and operated since 2017

Lexington, Kentucky Network Cable Installs

We provide a one-stop shop for all of your data cabling and business phone system needs in Lexington, Ky and the surrounding areas. Our expert installers can assist you with the design and installation of Data, Voice, and Audio/Video wiring and network cabling, as well as the installation and service of business phone systems and VoIP phone systems.

A strategic approach is provided by our Lexington team of IT experts when planning and putting in place a productive, high-performance Lexington network. We offer site survey, documentation, and audit services as part of our design and engineering services.

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Structured Network Cabling

Voice/Data Network Installation (Cat 5, Cat5e, and Cat 6 wiring)

Fiber Optic installation

Business & VoIP Phone Systems

WiFi / Wireless Network Installation | WLAN Networking Setup | Access Point Installation

Security Camera Installation (CCTV, IP Security Cameras, Wireless Cameras, & Video Surveillance Install)

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Most frequent questions and answers

Category 5/6,/6A cable, single-mode fiber, and multi-mode fiber vary in capabilities and price.

Copper cable comes in many different flavors, but the most common are Cat5E, Cat6, and Cat6A. The speed, frequency, and cost increase with each level. According to TIA recommendations, Cat5E is legacy, Cat6 is the minimum, and Cat6A is recommended.

Fiber cable is divided into single-mode and multi-mode. It’s immune to electromagnetic interference, provides more bandwidth, and can be run at longer distances. This extra functionality comes at a cost– installation and material are more expensive.

The right cable will depend on how big your facility is and how much bandwidth it’ll need.

This will vary greatly depending on the size of your project, bandwidth requirements, and many other factors. We provide a free site survey along with a detailed estimate. Contact us today to schedule your appointment.

If you are experiencing intermittent disconnections from the Internet or your server, you may need to consider upgrading your wired or wireless network infrastructure. Upgrading your networking or installing higher capacity wireless access pointscan help you overcome these disruptions to productivity and keep you and your staff connected.

Loss of data on your computer network and errors could very easily be as a result of attenuation (signal weakening) on your current network. Aging cables, interference and natural causes such as rodents could cause you to lose speed on your network.  Network cable testing pinpoints exactly where the problematic areas are on your computer network.  If you believe your network might not be running optimally, contact us.  We can give you a no-obligation quote on bringing your computer network back up to full speed again.

POE stands for Power Over Ethernet.  Basically it allows network installers to power certain devices over the network cables they install.  These devices often include CCTV cameras, VOIP handsets and wireless access points.  The way it works is we install a POE switch, which is the central hub that network connections plug into, or we provide POE injectors for each device that requires it.  

The advantages are:

  • Removal of unsightly power cables for cameras or wireless access points at the devices themselves

  • Ability to power devices in positions where there is no existing power point (such as ceilings or outside)

  • All power for devices in one central location where you can then install an inverter to keep them running during power cuts