Connected Fiber History
Craig Cleveland, the owner of Connected Fiber, started splicing fiber 12 years ago while an employee of Commscope. When he rotated off he and other splicer’s from Corning (at the time Siecor) and Dy-Comm worked on a project in Tennessee. In 1997 he started fiber core inc. His crews consisted of fiber techs from Comm Scope, Siecor, Sumitomo, ATT, and Time Warner.
In 2005 Fiber Core changed its name to Connected Fiber after Scientific Atlanta acquired a co from the United Kingdom with the same name. Today Connected Fiber still employs most of the same crews inhouse or in a sub contract position. Over the course of the last 12 years strong professional relationships have developed with venders like Tyco, AFL, and Corning as well as other fiber splicers who have gained CF’s trust for their abilities and fortitude. Working together has provided them the good fortune of maintaining a steady flow of work while living up to their reputation for being committed to quality, time constraints, and over all results. They are also serious about taking your fiber problems, worries, and needs and making them their own so you the customer can focus on other matters. It is with this attitude they have found themselves working for some of the largest MSO’s and RBOC’s in the country.
From OPGW, ADSS, SM & MM systems for FTTH, broadband over power, DOT, CATV, Traffic Control, and Homeland Security jobs across a large portion of the eastern US. For your fiber needs get Connected with Connected Fiber.