New Product Publication (10G Base-T RJ45)
RJ45 10G Base-T Successful research and development, Meet IEEE802.3an standard。10G BASE
The 10Gigabit Ethernet standard has become popular in the past couple of years, however the IEEE standard (802.3ae) has been developed since 2002. 10Gigabit Ethernet provides speeds 10 times faster than Gigabit Ethernet and is supported over copper and fiber optic. 10Gigabit Ethernet is rarely used for endpoint connectivity (workstations, laptops) and found mainly in datacenters connecting servers, switches and storage devices. In some cases, it is also used for backbone links between buildings and switches.
10GBase-T is the Ethernet standard covering copper wiring, standardized in 2006 via the IEEE802.3an standard and is supported only by CAT6 and CAT7 twisted pair cables. When using CAT6 cables, 10Gbps is supported only for up to 55 meters, whereas CAT7 cabling can provide 10Gbps support for up to 100 meters.
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