Fiber Optics

From network design to emergency troubleshooting and everything in between, Teleworks provides quality, experienced fiber optic services to customers in Connecticut, and the surrounding areas.

We are part of the Corning Network of Preferred Installers (NPI), which means our fiber-optic network designers and installers are Corning-certified and held to the highest standards in the industry.

And with 27 years in fiber optics, we’ve seen and handled just about everything.

Fiber Optic Services in Connecticut

Here are just a few of the ways that Teleworks can assist you with your next fiber optic project:

Fiber Optic Termination, and Testing Service

Fiber optic termination, testing, and maintenance are important services needed at every fiber location. Teleworks can provide fiber optic services in any environment as well as solutions to improve existing infrastructure.

Fiber optic termination – Fiber optic termination is the connection of fiber or wire to a device, such as a wall outlet or equipment, which allows for connecting the cable to other cables or devices. Proper fiber optic termination will protect the fibers from dirt or damage while in use and prevent excessive loss of light, thus, making a network run more smoothly and efficiently.


Testing services – The constant evolution of high-speed optical fiber systems raises the level of testing, accuracy, and precision required on the fiber infrastructure to support these applications and services.

Fiber Optic Consulting in Connecticut

If you are looking for a consultant to help manage, or build a fiber optics network, or assist with an outside plant project, turn to Teleworks. Our fiber optic consulting services include:
Building Surveys for New Service Routing and Design
Network Infrastructure Management Software Implementation and Maintenance
Fiber Optic Network Hardware and Cable Designs
Emergency Restoration Planning

Testing: OTDR and Power Testing/Certification

Fiber optic network acceptance testing ensures that any new cable matches the optical and physical requirements of the planned application. This testing should be performed upon delivery of the cable, prior to its installation. Optical Time Domain Reflectometer (OTDR) is an instrument used to create a virtual “picture” of a fiber optic cable route. The analyzed data can provide insight into the integrity of the fibers, as well as any passive optical component such as the connectors, splices, splitters, and multiplexers along the cable path.