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What is Network Cabling?

Network cabling has evolved just as much as other technologies. It has gotten much faster and can transfer Gigabytes of data rather than Megabytes.


Computers, routers, switches, and storage networks, use network cables to transmit data. These cables can transfer data at a very high rate of speed.


It is important to not be using cable that is considered obsolete. These types of cable will restrict the transfer of data and slow down productivity.


Cat6 cable is more than sufficient for today’s network cabling, with a maximum speed of 10GB.


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