Fiber Optek nears completion of Queens Borough telecom system

March 15, 2001
Mar. 15, 2001--Fiber Optek, specialists in the development and installation of fiber optic telecommunication systems, reported it is near completion of a fiber optic backbone for the Queens District Attorney's office in New York City.

Fiber Optek, specialists in the development and installation of fiber optic telecommunication systems, reported it is near completion of a fiber optic "backbone" for the Queens District Attorney's office in New York City.

Michael S. Pascazi, president of Fiber Optek, said the network would connect the Queens Courthouse, Queens Borough Hall and a private office building nearby. He said the company has been working on the project for nearly a year, during which it was responsible for executing a feasibility study, designing the cable plant, securing licenses and construction of the actual optical fiber plant, which embraces both single and multimode fibers.

This is only one of several hundred fiber optic telecommunication systems. Fiber Optek has designed and installed for local, county and state government agencies, as well as companies, schools and colleges throughout the Northeast.

About Fiber Optek:

Fiber Optek designs and implements fiber optic cable networks throughout the United States. The company provides fully integrated turnkey fiber optic network design, permitting and construction services. For more information, visit www.fiberoptek.com.