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CAT5e Cabling 1Gb
While higher performance cables like CAT6 and CAT6a are available, CAT5e is still a very popular and commonly used standard.
CAT5e supports 1Gb networking and is sufficient for most businesses who only need basic internet and email access and use software programs like Word and Excel which won’t really benefit from the added speeds that CAT6 and CAT6a provide.
CAT6 Cabling 1Gb
Like CAT5e, CAT6 cabling also supports 1Gb networking. However, as CAT6 uses all four pairs within the cable, it can handle a larger number of data packets than CAT5e at gigabit speed, which means decreased data loss. If you need to send larger files, such as CAD files, over a network, CAT6 is the cabling of choice.
CAT6a Cabling 10Gb
CAT6a cabling can run 10Gb of Ethernet up to 100 metres and is used mainly in data centres or links between networking cabinets.
Fibre Optic Cabling 10Gb and 40Gb
As its name suggests, fibre optic cabling is optical and uses photons (units of light) to transfer data. Fibre optic cabling provides the highest speeds and the least data loss and can be run over greater distances than any wired cabling.