If you have experienced the loss of internet connectivity and long hiatus at work, you will appreciate the importance of these solutions.
As compared to previous cabling infrastructure, CAT6 cables offer better bandwidth and higher data transfer rates and have become a minimum standard for cable installations. They have the potential to support data transfer up to 10GBPS at the bandwidth of 500MHZ, as they have tighter twists and additional insulations that lessen the cross talk amongst devices.
CAT6A cabling, on their part, are the most cost-effective solution. Compatible with CAT6 and 5E; and also EA networks that use some of their components, installing them future-proofs a network, as the cabling systems can last for more than 5 years. They can transmit roughly 500 MHz, reduce noise and crosstalk – thus reducing error in other devices on the same line.
On the other hand, CAT7 cabling systems are made for frequencies of up to 600 MHz and specifically designed for high speeds. They can transmit 40 gigabits up to 54 yards and 100 gigabits up to 16 yards; and have the ability to use multiple applications at one time with a single cable.