Techforce Solutions announces best structured cabling options for data centers


Glendora, CA January 12, 2023 (Issuewire.com) – Known structured cable installer Techforce Solutions has been in business for 10 years and has developed a lot of industry expertise. They provide structured cabling installation experts to help install data copper, fiber optic, and network cabling solutions for your most advanced telecommunications needs.

The best structured cabling installation options for 2023 data centers have been announced by Techforce Solutions. Based on their expertise, the best cabling solutions in terms of performance are the structured cabling solutions they specialize in. Before deciding on and investing in a structured cabling solution, there are many things to consider such as client needs, power and speed. The top commercial structured cabling solutions have been compiled to help data centers make informed decisions about the best options for their operations.

Advances in cabling and connection hardware have had a major impact on the history of data communications. Local area networks (LANs) and high-performance data networks cannot function effectively without the proper cables and connectors. Over the years, LAN technology has advanced significantly and Ethernet has taken over as his LAN standard. As technology advances, the need for faster network speeds increases. As a result, cables and other components can transmit data at high speeds over long distances. Classes and categories have been introduced to allow installation of appropriate connection hardware and clear definition of network parameters.

To support gigabit network applications and support bandwidths up to 250 MHz, Category 6 (CAT6) cables and connectors have evolved over the past 5-8 years into the basic requirements of new constructions. Additionally, CAT6 is beginning to replace CAT5E in residential environments. Category 6A (CAT6A), which supports 10G data rates up to 100 meters and bandwidths up to 500MHz, is starting to gain popularity. As the new minimum standard, CAT6A has been adopted by many data centers, hospitals, and academic institutions. Further advancements of CAT7, CAT7A and CAT8 are underway to support even higher data transfer rates and bandwidths.

Category 6

CAT6 cabling has many advantages and advantages over CAT5E cabling infrastructure. CAT6 was initially introduced at about 50% higher price than CAT5E, making it unaffordable for many installations. Over the last few years, however, the cost of CAT6 has dropped significantly, dropping to near-comparable levels. CAT6 offers higher bandwidth for faster data transfer speeds than CAT5E. As a result, CAT6 is now a prerequisite for new cable installations. CAT6 can easily support 1 Gbps network speeds as well as 10 Gbps data rates. However, 10Gbps can only be supported over short distances of 37-55 meters.

Category 6A

When operating at a maximum bandwidth of 500MHz, CAT6A can handle data transfer rates up to 10Gbps. To reduce crosstalk, CAT6A has more twist and better isolation. CAT6A is backward compatible with CAT6 and CAT5E, but is always speed limited and only works with the lowest category cables or connectors attached to the link. As a cable system considered future-proof, CAT6A is rapidly overtaking other options in terms of cost.

The size and weight of the cable itself is considered one of the drawbacks of CAT6A. When it first appeared in 2008, CAT6A was 50% larger. Since then, the cable has become 10% smaller and slimmer. Reducing the amount of cables that can fit in a cable tray and limiting placement options are both impacts of increased weight. The result is larger cable trays, larger conduits, and smaller bundle sizes. Installation time and costs are reduced with new modular jacks and receptacles that can be terminated in approximately 2-3 minutes. Termination methods and times were also considered drawbacks in CAT6A installations. Network future-proofing is one of the main reasons to install a CAT6A infrastructure today. Therefore, CAT6A should be considered as a possibility for structured cabling if the expected lifetime of the new cabling system is 5 years or more. If the network is expected to last 10 years or more, CAT6A seems to be the preferred option.

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Techforce Solution

joseph.desmarais@gmail.com
(626) 201-8129
449 West Foothill Boulevard, Suite 365, Glendora, CA, 91740
https://tekforcesolutions.com/

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