12324 E. 86th St. N. Ste 107 , Owasso, OK 74055       Phone: 918-274-8025     FAX: 918-512-4108

Welcome to the website for SDVO Communications Supply, Inc.
We service to all Federal Government with a focus on Department of Defense.

SDVO Supply provides products and services for our commercial and government customers within the Telecommunications, IT, and Security markets. In the role of distributor, we take care of your day-to-day needs by providing inside engineering support, while offering a broad line of many of the leading manufacturers’ highest quality products.

In the role of supporting our contractor partners, we provide a complete, turnkey solution to any government or commercial project, through the many partners with whom we have developed excellent teaming and joint venture relationships. Together, we provide a broad array of services in Telecommunications, Voice-Data Installation, General Construction, Electrical Contracting, Security System Development and Installation.

Team Moto

Our highly passionate and motivated employees take great pride in supplying all the materials and technical help required to install data, voice, telecom and security systems on time, on spec and on budget. We instill in all our employees from start to finish, the guiding principles of honesty, integrity and excellence.

Our Vision

Our highly passionate and motivated employees take great pride in supplying all the materials and technical help required to install data, voice, telecom and security systems on time, on spec and on budget.

Our Team

We instill in all our employees from start to finish, the guiding principles of honesty, integrity and excellence.

In Memory

Industry Facts

Moore's Law

Intel co-founder Gordon Moore is a visionary. In 1965, his prediction, popularly known as Moore's Law, states that the number of transistors on a chip will double about every two years. And Intel has kept that pace for nearly 40 years.

Gordon Moore

The History of Ethernet

As a graduate student, Bob Metcalfe worked on the ARAPNET at MIT. He later developed a new technology, called Ethernet, for connecting computers in a local network.

Bob Metcalfe