UPCOM Telekomunikasyon


UPCOM Telekomunikasyon is a Turkish Fiber Optic Cable, Rack Cabinet, Cable Blowing Machine, Data Lan Cables suppliers in Turkey.  A global organization providing connectivity and infrastructure solutions for all size of organizations. 

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Upcom Telekomunikasyon consolidates complex material requirements from multiple manufacturers under a single purchase order.

For large scale projects materials can be staged and delivered on a schedule to help better manage cash flow.

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Standards & Compliances

Upcom Telekomunikasyon components are manufactured in state of the art approved facilities to meet and even to exceed the customer expectations by the latest international standards as published by organizations such as

IEC, ISO/IEC, TIA/EIA, ITU-T and Telcordia GR-326-Core.

Fire Resistant Fiber Optic Cable


Fire Warrior Fire Resistant Fiber Optic Cables are are ideal & provides vital communication and emergency systems that need to be operational during fire. The cable design ensures operation for up to 120 minutes under a fire of 750C.

Fire Resistant Fiber Optic Cable – Fire Warrior


Soundproof Cabinets are a cost-effective solution to host IT devices in environments like retail stores, offices or hallways and receptions. Noise from active IT equipment in a high-technology workspace or public area can increase stress, decrease productivity and impact profits

SoundProof Cabinet


Fiber Air Blowing Machines technology for a better world. You can save your time with Fiber Cable Air Blowing Machines. Better job start with a good plan. We will suggest right machine for your project. Act Now!

Cable Blowing Machine up to 24mm Cable Dia.

Fiber Optic Cables: Tight Buffer and Loose Tube, Data/Lan Cables: Cat5e, Cat6, Cat6A and Cat7, Data Lan Cables
Cat6a Data Cable, Outdoor Armored Fiber Optic Cable, Non-Metallic armored Fiber Optic Cable B2ca Fiber Optic Cables, Breakout Fiber Optic Cable, MPO Cable, FTTH Drop Cable.

Wall Mounting, Free Standing, ETSI, SoundProof, IP Rated, Rack Cabinet, Wall Mounted Data Cabinets, IP55 Enclosure, Soundproof Cabinet, Outdoor Cabinet, Patch Panels/Termination Panel.

Fiber pigtail, Zipcord, Fiber Optic Cables, Fiber Optic Patch Panels, Adaptors, Attenuators, Patch cords, Pigtails, Media Converters and Chassis, MPO Cassettes, Splitters, Dome Closures, Inline closure, Fiber Optic Termination Boxes

Modular Plugs, Lan Cable Tester, Keystone Jack, Copper Installer Tool Kit, Crimping Tools, Stripping Tools, Punch Down Tools, Patch Panels, Face Plates, Surface Mount Boxes, Patch Cords.

Networking products are our expertise and we are supplying the faster and the better ones

Best Splicing Method?

When splicing together two lengths of fiber optic cabling, you have to choose between the two known methods – fusion splicing and mechanical splicing – which both essentially produce the same result – a secure connection between two formerly separate lengths of fiber.

So, without any further delay, let’s begin.

Fiber in around a sharp corner

In the past, we were limited to where and how we placed slack storage. We devised spools up in overhead tray to keep a large bend radius. Sometimes we’d run patches through different frames to keep the bends out and take up all the slack needed. Now that reduced bend radius (RBR) fiber is rated to a particular standard, there are panels, frames, wall boxes, etc. that can spool the slack right in the unit

Cellular network radios in the future?

That is the consensus. Mobile network operators will opt for fiber as the preferred technology for backhaul and fronthaul to cellular network radios wherever possible because of the ever-increasing bandwidth requirements of today and into the future.

7 tips to extend your cable’s life

1. Handle cable reels properly to avoid damage

2. Ensure your cables are packaged until installation

3. Conduit layouts should be designed strategically

4. Avoid friction whenever possible

5. Be conscious of the installation environment’s temperature

6. Learn the cable codes for extreme situations

7. Always follow the manufacturer’s recommendation for care and handling.