Network (Ethernet cable)

Ethernet cables connect devices within a local area network. These physical cables are limited by length and durability, and we provide a range of cables suitable for your needs:

  • Cat6 (Category 6 Cabling): These cables are a type of data cabling that is standard for Gigabit Ethernet and several other network protocols. A sixth generation Ethernet cables formed from twisted pairs of copper wiring allowing for Gigabit Ethernet speeds of up to 1 gigabit per second.
  • FTP (Foiled Twisted Pairs): These cables are designed and constructed with a twisted pair or multiple twisted pairs of cores with an overall foil tape shield wound around the assembly. Twisting the cores together and covering with the foil shield helps to reduce cross–talk and electromagnetic interference.
  • Optical fiber: Contains very thin fibers of plastic or glass, and the optical fiber technology allows for a greater network bandwidth and a higher speed of data transmission. Preferred for organizations looking to increase the number of processes and data-intensive applications.