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Category 5/6 Structured White Paper Is NOW HERE
Category 5/6 structured cabling is an international cabling standard that allows a single infrastructure for connecting a variety of telephone and computer systems in one manageable network.
This is often the only cabling you need to install for users and equipment, however you may want to consider fibre optic cabling (which we also provide) for server to server (or network switch to network switch) connections.
The vast majority of data networks still use copper cabling throughout in order to provide an effective infrastructure, modern installations conform to the Category 5 or Category 6 structured cabling standard.
Our designers have a wealth of experience in designing, installing and testing Category 5e and Category 6 networks.
Still confused – then read the white paper here - NTEC wp - What's the difference between Cat5E, Cat6 andCat 6A cabling
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