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					It is a great deal of
debate among the
people that whether
a new cabling
installation should
use cat5e or cat6
cable. Here is a
small solution for
you.
Cat5e

Cat5e can support
gigabit speed. It is used
in most of the
applications. It is
perfectly suitable
preferable to cat6. It is
more economical and
performs almost as well as
cat6.
Cat6
Cat6 is certified to handle gigabit Ethernet.
Additionally, the Cat6 specification is
better suited toward environments that are
usually unfriendly to twisted pair cabling.
This includes areas that have lots of
interference from things like power lines,
lights, and manufacturing equipment. If
all the components of your network are
gigabit rated then you can use Cat6 cable.
AVM International Ltd.Inc.
www.Cables4sure.com
21011 Johnson St, #122
Pembroke Pines, FL 33029
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Description: Cables4sure is a small business owned by a woman founded in March 2001. It was created to provide the customers a convenient place for online shopping of connectivity products that includes network cables, Ethernet cables, cat5e cables, patch cables etc.