Is Cat6a the perfect network cable for you?
Computer and telecommunications networks are no longer just an essential requirement of offices. Increasingly, warehouses, retail outlets and public sector employers such as schools and doctors surgeries are relying on software based applications to record and update stock, share files or make appointments. Of course, a computer network is only as good as its network cabling. If your connections are slow or unreliable, then it can bring your organisation to a complete standstill when you need it most. In these difficult economic times, that is something that no-one can afford. Cat6a network cable can help you to avoid this problem.
What is Cat6a network cabling?
Network cabling is categorised according to the speed at which it can transfer data. The ‘cat’ part of Cat6a is short for ‘category’. The higher the number afterwards, the faster that cable can transfer data. For example, Cat5E (also known as class D) can handle one hundred mega bytes per second. Cat6 (class E) can handle one thousand mega bytes per second (and a bandwidth of two hundred and fifty mega Hertz). However, Cat6a deals with a thousand megabytes per second ten gigabit ethernet. Whilst this tends to be more expensive than other categories, Cat6a is premium quality and future proof, so provides a better investment in the long term.
Who can supply and install your Cat6a network cabling?
NST Networks Limited has over thirty years of experience in the data cabling industry. With such a wealth of experience, they have built up a reputation as the finest designers and installers of data networks. They also have made industry wide contacts that ensure they can find the best possible price for cabling and components for you. For more information on how NST Networks Limited can help your organisation, visit their website at www.nstnetworks.co.uk
Modern life couldn’t function without a web of Cat6a cables. When it comes to the design and installation of structured Cat6 cabling systems, trust the experts at www.nstnetworks.co.uk.