Cat6a Cables - Red
Cat6 v Cat6A - why should you buy CAT6A and what are the differences between cat6 vs cat6a? CAT6 has officially been around since it was standardized in 2002 and is capable of delivering reliable 250MHz speeds up to lengths of 180 feet while CAT6a is certified to run at speeds of 500MHz and while both are capable of delivering data at 10 Gigabits per second 6a does so much more reliably and can do so up to a length of 328 feet. It can deliver faster, more reliable data connectivity in part due to it's tighter wound twisted pair copper wires inside. This design enables it to better guard against crosstalk and maintain signal integrity. If you need more information on the cat6 v cat6a question feel free to visit this page for more.