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Please see below for an assortment of topics and our glossary. If you are in need of assistance, contact us directly.
Our Emergency Service Center is open 24x7x365.
For Non-Emergency Support, please call us Monday thru Friday
10am-9pm ET / 9am-8pm CT / 7am-6pm PT.
What is MT’s phone number?
What is MT’s support email address?
What do I do in an emergency?
For emergency or after-hours service, call 844.824.0100.
How do I open a ticket?
How do I order voice?
How do I order data?
How do I order internet?
How do I order cloud?
I’m moving into our new office and need phone and/or internet. How can I be sure I can have service by our move-in date?
Please allow as much time as possible and call our Service Center at 844.824.0100. A representative will walk you through the appropriate steps.
Who are the carriers in my building and what do they offer?
Please email email@example.com or call our Service Center at 844.824.0100. A representative will walk you through the available options.
I’m a small office and it seems every provider only has solutions for larger offices. Are there any small-business services available?
Yes, there are options. Depending on your price point, most carriers should be able to cater to your specific office requirements.
How do I need to connect service from the riser closet to the suite?
MT completes the entire run — from the MPOE through the riser closet and into the tenant suite where their service room or equipment is located.
How do I determine what services I’ll need?
Your needs depend on multiple factors. Please call our Service Center at 844.824.0100 for further assistance.
What do I do now that I ordered my services?
Contact MT Service Center at 844.824.0100 to schedule service connection. MT technicians will deliver service to your suite so you’re fully connected from day one.
What other services does MT provide for tenants?
- Circuit extensions
- Circuit procurement
- Audio visual
- Low voltage cabling
- High voltage/ electrical
- Troubleshooting and repairs
- Remove old cabling and equipment for tenant move-out
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How do I get a quote for service?
Contact our Service Center at 844.824.0100.
What is a Technology Snapshot?
A summary of carriers and services for tenants and prospects. MT designed the Snapshot to promote your building’s connectivity and ensure prospective tenants fully understand what options are available.
What are the benefits of riser management?
MT secures and maintains your building’s connectivity infrastructure – or telecom riser – to give you:
- Reliable connectivity for greater tenant satisfaction
- More control over access to your building’s core
- At-a-glance information about carriers and services
- Efficient and timely installations
How will MT make my building secure?
As your Riser Manager, we prevent unauthorized access to your riser, which would put your building’s connectivity at risk. MT protects against service interruptions by securing your infrastructure and overseeing access by carriers and contractors.
Also, installing Intelligent Riser extends enterprise-class network security to the base building systems. This means that these systems (BMS, Access Controls, WiFi, Lighting Controls, etc….), will be monitored 24x7x365 and secured from access by cyber criminals.
Do you provide rooftop management?
Yes, MT has extensive experience in rooftop management. We can evaluate rooftop equipment and leases and manage these tenants for you to ensure that you’re maximizing revenue.
How can you help me get carriers to my building?
Adding new carriers can boost your building’s diversity, marketability – and therefore increase revenue. MT can help attract new carriers to your building and identify new revenue opportunities from carrier fees and outdoor/rooftop leases.
How can MT attract new tenants?
MT helps you elevate your technology profile, making your buildings more attractive to modern Class A tenants. Tenant satisfaction, occupancy rates and renewals are all directly effected by upgrades to connectivity and associated technologies. And you’ll have a technology blueprint for the future – as a guide for strategic investment in your properties.
How can MT help me retain my tenants?
Tenants need reliable connectivity. MT keeps your communications infrastructure in peak condition so tenants can have trouble-free service. MT also assists tenants with voice, data, internet and cloud service orders and installation.
Tenant satisfaction, occupancy rates and renewals are all directly effected by upgrades to connectivity and associated technologies. And you’ll have a technology blueprint for the future – as a guide for strategic investment in your properties.
What will I do with my audit?
MT evaluates the condition of your infrastructure and reports on carriers, services and equipment on site. This information will allow building management to make knowledgeable decisions with regard to demo, relocation, and maintaining industry standards.
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Do your electricians belong to the union?
Yes, they belong to IBEW.
Are you hiring?
We are always looking for talented, experienced professionals to represent MT. Send a cover letter along with your resume to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
What is DAS?
Distributed Antenna System (DAS) – a DAS can improve cellular signal within your building.
What is colocation?
Originally, one telecom provider housed the equipment of another to facilitate interconnections. Today, colocation refers to locating customer servers and other equipment in a third-party data center.
What is cross connect?
Wires used to make a circuit connection; located in an equipment room or riser closet.
What is a demarc extension?
The telecom or cable provider’s public network ends at the point of demarcation. The demarc (pronounced deemark) extension is the path that connects the provider’s service to the customer’s private network.
What is "VoIP"?
Voice over IP (internet protocol).
What is MPOE?
“Minimum Point of Entry” or main communications equipment room where carriers physically bring service into the building with cabling or fiber.
What is NetPop?
“Network Point of Presence.”
What is POTS?
“Plain Old Telephone Service” or analog telephone line.
What is a riser?
The vertical path in a building that houses the cabling or fiber infrastructure for voice, data, internet and cloud services.
What is a riser closet?
Closets located throughout the building where riser cable is terminated and cross connected to either horizontal distribution cable or other riser cable.
What is a T1?
A high-speed data transmission line.
What is the difference between Fiber and DSL?
A Digital Subscriber Line (DSL) uses the existing copper wire of your phone line to deliver high-speed internet access. This is not as fast as coaxial cable or fiber optic cable. Fiber is the fastest, and is able to transmit data over greater distances, and because the cable is smaller in diameter and weighs less, it makes an ideal alternative for a wide variety of cabling solutions.
What is a PBX?
A PBX (private branch exchange) is a telephone system within an enterprise that switches calls between enterprise users on local lines while allowing all users to share a certain number of external phone lines.
What is Ethernet?
Ethernet is a system for connecting a number of computer systems to form a local area network, with protocols to control the passing of information and to avoid simultaneous transmission by two or more systems.
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