Many once thought copper cabling would never support speeds above 1 Gig, but Cat 6A (and Cat 7) has proven that wrong and is allowing copper cabling to live on.
There has been much debate about Cat 6A unshielded twisted pair (UTP) vs. Cat 6A shielded twisted pair (STP) and which is the better option for supporting 10 Gig. Both solutions have their place, and this article aims to provide some key information that will help our customers make an informed decision.
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This in depth tutorial shows step by step with pictures and explaination on how to terminate a Cat 6 patch cable, and also has an informatitive video with more information!