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As a leader in the fiber optic industry, Corporate Technology Solutions provides expert design, engineering, consulting, and project management of your entire fiber optic network needs. Whether you are refitting your office building to meet updated and increased data demands or are working on a new construction project, our team in the Southwest can work with you to ensure full-service solutions for all your fiber optics needs—from design and installation to inspection and continued maintenance.

fiber optic cables phoenix az | fast wifi tempe azFiber optic network cables have higher bandwidth than traditional cabling systems. These network cables can be used to support your company’s internet, cable television, or telephone systems. Enjoy the high speeds of fiber optic cabling from Corporate Technology Solutions by contacting us today at one of our offices in Tempe or Tucson!

Ready to get started? To begin installing fiber optic cabling in your building, call 877-685-2626 or contact us online.


The advantages of copper versus fiber optic, or vice versa, are no longer as widely debated as they once were, due to technology expansion and the ability of fiber to transmit data. Fiber optic cabling is simply:

  • Faster
  • More efficient
  • Less costly to maintain

Fiber optic technology is the key to a successful business platform. The biggest issue with fiber optic technology in the past has been the exorbitant cost on the equipment side. While those costs have drastically reduced, and the gap between the copper and fiber equipment has narrowed, the use of fiber optic technology in mission-critical environments such as data centers has skyrocketed. In fact, the ratio has shifted from 80% copper to 80% fiber as the primary method to transport the high-speed data required for day-to-day business operations.


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Another emerging fiber optic technology in the past few years is PON (Passive Optical Network). A PON is a point-to-multipoint network that provides all-fiber access to any Ethernet endpoint, including user devices, access points, and wireless controllers and application servers. An optical splitter is used to divide a single optical fiber into separate strands, which can provide over 7,000 IP voice, data, and video network connections to one Ethernet device.

Some of the many advantages of PON are economics, energy savings, simplicity of installation, security, and increased bandwidth and performance. We provide PON installation and GPON installation services in Arizona.


Our stellar reputation among fiber optic contractors is due to the continuous investment Corporate Technology Solutions makes in training each fiber optic cabling technician and installer on our staff. We are fully insured and carry all manufacturers—ensuring that your project meets your needs and budget. Our commitment to excellence is reflected not by our words but by our actions and the professionalism you will receive when working with Corporate Technology Solutions.

We have offices in Tempe and Tucson and can provide fiber optic installation and services. Contact us to get started on improving the infrastructure throughout your building today!


What are the primary advantages of passive optical network?

PON has numerous advantages that include energy savings, enhanced security, and significantly increased bandwidth.

What is the difference between multimode fiber and single mode fiber? 

Multimode fiber allows light to travel down multiple paths. It is ideal for use with AV signals over short and mid-range distances, including in-building solutions. Single-mode fiber allows light to travel in a single direction and is used to transmit signals over long distances.

Is it possible to repair damaged fiber optic cables? 

Accidents happen, and when they do, it is possible to repair damaged fiber optic cable through a process known as fusion splicing.

How much does it cost to get fiber optic installed?

On average, fiber optic cable installation costs $1 to $6 per foot, depending on the fiber count.

Fiber optic cabling is somewhat more expensive upfront than regular copper cabling, but the greater capacity and reliability of fiber can actually reduce long-term costs.


We provide fiber optic solutions to businesses throughout:

Phoenix/Tempe Office: including Chandler, Gilbert, Glendale, Goodyear, Mesa, Peoria, Scottsdale, Sun City West, Surprise, Tempe, and the surrounding areas

Tucson Office: Avra Valley, Catalina Foothills, Flowing Wells, Green Valley, Littletown, Marana, Oro Valley, Picture Rocks, Sahuarita, Summit, Tanque Verde, Three Points, Tortolita, Valencia West, and the surrounding areas