FiberConNext is focused on providing structured cabling repairs, designs, and installations that will meet the needs of the next generation of computer and voice networks. With the move to the “cloud” today’s computers, phones, and tablets require more bandwidth with K-12 schools, higher education campuses, businesses and even residential users being more dependent on the internet than ever before.
Our Experienced technicians will build your network infrastructure for current requirements that will survive throughout future growth and technological advances to your network.
New technologies such as Gigabit Passive Optical Networking (GPON), “Bring Your Own Device” (BYOD), Wireless Fidelity (WiFi) Access along with advances in Unshielded Twisted Pair (UTP) copper cabling (CAT6,7, and future 8) are rapidly replacing yesterday’s 10/100 BaseT networks.
FiberConNext has trained technicians with the hands-on experience and knowledge to build your network infrastructure for current requirements that will survive throughout future growth and technological advances in your network.
FiberConNext has grown from humble beginnings in 1996 as a small local computer repair store called New Age Computing. In 2002, new owner Richie Torbett renamed the company Networking and Computers (NAC) and began focusing on small business and local government network and computer support. The name changed again in 2008 to Networking and Computer Connection (NACC) with the purchase of Computer Connection.
In 2009 NACC created a structured cabling department in order to better serve customer needs and hired Alan Newton (Registered Communications Distribution Designer -RCDD) as the first full-time network cabling employee. By 2014 the cabling department had grown to 9 full-time employees with over 130 years of combined experience in structured cabling.
In order to continue with the rapid growth of designing and installing structured low voltage networks, the cabling department was separated from NACC and FiberConNext was born. The NACC name and computer support department were sold to Saratoga Technologies allowing FiberConNext to concentrate all efforts on the “Next Generation of Structured Cabling”.