MAM/COMM 1 Services, Inc. is a full service contractor with 24 hour Emergency service, ready to provide all your communications needs from category III cabling to fiber optic installations. Our network design team is ready to assist you. Whatever your cabling needs may be, from horizontal cabling to backbone cabling or outside plant cabling, we at MAM/COMM 1 Services, Inc. can help. We offer creative and cost-effective installation solutions that enhance network operations, reduce installation costs, and provide flexible options for current and future needs. Our team of trained professionals provides unparalleled expertise in developing custom voice and data networking solutions to meet the requirements of most any project.
Network Cabling — Computers in Springfield, IL 62704

Network cabling & Data center cabling

Mam/Comm 1 Services Inc. is a fiber optic cable installer/contractor offering a wide range of optical fiber services, including installs of single or multimode fiber; fiber optic cable termination (ST - SC - LC - MTRJ connectors), fiber optic cable testing and certification.
  • Fiber Optic Termination, Certification & Testing
  • Single Mode Fiber
  • Multi Mode Fiber Optic Cabling
  • Fiber Optic Cable Testing & Certification
  • Terminations (ST - SC - LC - MTRJ connectors)
Mam/comm 1 Services Inc. is a voice, data, cable installer/contractor offering a wide range of copper services, including installs of Category 3, 5e, 6, or 7, cable termination, testing & certification.
  • Structured Voice & Data Network Cabling
  • Data Network Wiring & Cabling
  • Category 5e, Category 6,
  • Optical Fiber Installation
  • Wire Management
  • Patch Panel Termination
  • Testing
  • Certification
Mam/comm will ensure quality control throughout the process and strive to exceed your expectations each step of the way.
Our friendly and knowledgeable installers are ready to hear about your project and requirements. Please contact us for a free site survey and written estimate or with any questions you may have about network voice and data cabling.

Fiber optic

An increasing number of companies from a wide range of industries are investing in fiber cabling. Los Angeles businesses are increasingly relying on Network Cabling Los Angeles, the world's leading provider of Fiber optic cabling. LA has a rapidly growing need for technological advancement in the area of digital communications, and fiber cabling constitutes the most advantageous option to date.
What is Fiber Cabling?
Fiber cabling refers to cables that house one or more optical fibers – specifically, tiny strands of optically pure glass. Although the fibers are only the thickness of a human hair, they can carry information over long distances with very little signal degradation.
Generally, these cables consist of a protective tube appropriate for the conditions of the location in which the cable is installed. Inside the outer casing, fiber elements coated individually with layers of plastic are contained. Polyimide or acrylate polymer is commonly used for this coating, preventing damage to the fibers without affecting the optical waveguide structure.
Applications of Fiber Optic Cabling include:
  • Telephony
  • Internet
  • Cable TV
  • Medical Imaging
  • Mechanical Engineering Inspection
  • Many more
The infrastructure of many industries has been vastly improved by the advent of fiber optics. The technology has improved the way business is done, how fast it is done, and has even presented the possibility of new applications solely based on fiber optic cabling systems that were never before possible.
Fiber Optic Cable Deployment is Useful for Nearly All Industries, including:
  • Telecommunications
  • Computer Networking
  • IT
  • Medical
  • Dental
  • Countless Others
Office Relocation — Computers in Springfield, IL 62704

Office Relocation

If you run an office-based business, whether it is large or small, making the move to a new office can be a rather daunting task. Not only can it be stressful in simply getting everything packed up and prepared for the day of the big move, but it can be financially draining on your company as well. After all, consider the amount of time that it will take you and your employees to get themselves situated and well-adjusted to the new space. This can often take weeks. In the meantime, your business' profits drop and your entire company could be in danger as a result of s seemingly simple office move.

Security Cameras

Mam/comm 1 Services Inc. offers a turnkey solution for video surveillance and security system installation. We can offer you peace of mind that your business or office is protected 24 hours a day. Security Camera and Video Surveillance Systems, also referred to as CCTV systems, DVR security, or IP cameras can be a great tool to protect your company or commercial properties from theft, damaging lawsuits, employee misconduct, and vandalism. Our professional security installers will help you select the correct surveillance system, identify the most effective configuration of security equipment, and offer you secure and reliable installation. Our customizable security system solutions include, but aren't limited to:
  • Wireless Cameras
  • Remote Viewing Surveillance Systems
  • Digital Video Recorders-DVR
  • Network Video Recorders-NVR
  • PC, Embedded, and Hybrid
  • Wireless Video Systems
  • Security Cameras
  • IP Dome Cameras
  • Multi-location Surveillance
  • Indoor and outdoor surveillance
  • Video Surveillance Cameras
  • Mega pixel cameras (HD+)
  • Remote viewing from pc/phone
  • Infrared night cameras
  • IP cameras
  • Network cameras
  • Card Access Integration


What is Your Liability over Abandoned Cable?
Building owners face new challenges each year in the effort to maintain their commercial buildings and stay in compliance with building codes. In recent years, abandoned network cabling has become an issue because of rapid technological progress. New equipment requires network cabling that can communicate at faster speeds and higher bandwidths. Traditional cabling methods have allowed new cable to be strung alongside abandoned network cable from past communication systems. Rising concerns over ever-increasing fuel loads have created the need for changes in building codes.
Building Code Requirements
The National Electric Code, or NEC, and several other codes written by the National Fire Protection Association were enhanced to include the expanding issues caused by abandoned cable in office buildings and other commercial buildings. New requirements have been added to encourage all building owners to remove abandoned fiber optic and copper cable from concealed spaces. The requirements do not have legally binding effects, but jurisdictions across the country have adopted these codes. Every jurisdiction does have the legal authority to enforce the codes for buildings within their jurisdictional boundaries.
2002 NEC – Paragraphs 800.2 and 770.2 — Abandoned cable is defined as “installed communications cable that is not terminated at both ends at a connector or other equipment and not identified ‘for future use’ with a tag.”
Considerations for Abandoned Cabling
All Los Angeles building owners carry the liability for the abandoned wiring left behind by previous tenants. Failure to remove cable causes a series of issues that can be avoided by following the best practices for maintenance and exhibiting reasonable judgment. Attempts to avoid the issues surrounding abandoned cabling can be extremely costly in litigation.
Increased fuel load – Office buildings can have anywhere from two to eight inches of unused cabling in the plenum and riser spaces. Fire investigators have determined that fire spreads rapidly through these spaces. Abandoned wiring provides large quantities of fuel that cause more damage than necessary to the structure in a fire.
Reduced HVAC airflow – Continually adding more cables in the HVAC ducts will reduce the efficiency of the heating and cooling systems. Utility costs will rise without benefits to the inhabitants of the building.
Difficulty in new wire installation – Attempts to run new cable are inhibited by dozens of strands of abandoned cable. Finding space in the plenum and riser areas becomes more challenging with each subsequent cable installation project. Some projects are delayed by efforts to remove cable.
Presence of combustible cable – Old cable materials are not fire resistant, which adds danger if the cabling catches fire. Noxious fumes are produced by sub-standard cabling that should not be present in the building.
Final Word

Phone systems

Mam/comm 1 Services Inc. offers a one-stop solution for your business communication needs. Our knowledgeable and friendly staff has the experience and expertise to work with you to design, install, and maintain a business phone system that will best meet your company's needs, from basic digital phone systems to modern VoIP phone systems, we've got you covered. Mam/comm offers sales, installation and maintenance of both large and small business phone systems with the same friendly and expert care.
Mam/comm will ensure quality control throughout the process and strive to exceed your expectations each step of the way.
Our friendly and knowledgeable installers are ready to hear about your project and requirements. Please contact us for a free site survey and written estimate or with any questions you may have about our business phone systems.
  • Allworx
  • Avaya/Lucent
  • Nortel
  • Panasonic
  • Samsung

Audio Video

  • Audio/Video Cable Installations
  • Projector Screens and Mounts
  • Audio and Video Conferencing
  • Small and Large Projection Systems
  • Flat Panel Displays and Installations