King Communications
King Communications have done an outstanding job for us for well over 10 years. They are prompt, attentive, knowledgeable and take great pride in their workmanship. We have utilized their expertise to do everything from simply running a wire between two points to designing and installing data communication systems (voice and data) in several of our buildings. Each project was completed on time and exceeded our expectations. Highly recommended.
1962 West 26th Street
Erie, Pennsylvania 16508
P: 800.788.5464
P: 814.454.0955
F: 814.454.4569


Are you looking for a high-quality telephone system for your business? How about top of the line data wiring? You’ve come to the right place. Whether your company is a three-man operation or a multi-national conglomerate, King Communications is here to help your business with phone and cabling solutions as it grows. Phone systems and cabling is a complex industry that requires an extremely efficient and knowledgeable staff. We also provide the industry’s strongest service department that does everything according to best practices. When King Communications opened its doors to Erie, PA in 1991, we made an unwavering commitment to our customers that we would provide prompt & professional service with unmatched quality installations. We can happily say we have held our promise to this day and we are excited to have you on our website. Please use the menu items above to select your area of interest.
A Global Consortium to Build New Trans-Pacific Cable System 'FASTER'
Posted on Wednesday, September 10, 2014 at 11:44 AM

Contract has been awarded to NEC to build new 60Tb/s system expected to be ready-for-service during the second quarter of 2016.

Aug. 11, 2014 – A consortium of six global companies announced that they have signed commercial agreements to build and operate a new Trans-Pacific cable system to be called "FASTER" with NEC Corporation as the system supplier. The FASTER cable network will connect the United States to two landing locations in Japan. The total amount of investment for the FASTER system is estimated to be approximately USD $300 million.

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