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Pioneering the Next Generation of Ethernet Cables

Pioneering the Next Generation of Ethernet Cables

Ethernet cables have long been the go-to choice for serious gamers seeking the pinnacle of performance, speed, and reliability. However, with a myriad of options flooding the market, how do you discern the best arsenal for your needs?

One answer lies in the development of new protocols for Ethernet which will operate more than a single pair of STP/UTP cable. This new protocol, according to a recent Cisco report, is expected to grow by more than 40 percent in the near term. Multi-fiber Push-On (MPO) fiber trunks have become the default cabling solution for this new protocol, offering a robust, future-proof infrastructure capable of supporting the next generation of networking demands.

CAT6 cables have continued to be increasingly popular among network infrastructures and structured cabling, as they transmit 400 Gig over just 4 fibers, which establishes the building block for terabit Ethernet. However, the future may bring new challenges and opportunities, as we transition from coaxial to copper twisted pair, and then to developing new protocols for Ethernet.

When it comes to choosing cable connections, it’s important to consider the applications and requirements of your network infrastructure. Coaxial cables have been gradually replaced by twisted pair cables and fiber optic cables in network installations, and fiber optic cables seem to be the future trend to meet the increasing demand of high network speed.

In conclusion, the future of Ethernet cables is ever-evolving, and it’s important to stay informed and consider the latest developments in order to make the best choices for your network infrastructure.