The world might be moving towards more and more technology and things might have been getting changed with time, but the truth is sooner or later we have to go back and meet the tech that is long gone. Same is the case with cables. The world is moving towards more wireless and total chord free environment to a wireless one but to be honest, with the bandwidth requirement we have, cables are the only hope we have for now. Just to meet those requirements of the bandwidth more efficient and powerful cables are still being made by different companies around. Different standards are being introduced as well. One of these high standard cables is the Category 6 Ethernet cable.
As the digit six shows, it is the sixth generation of twisted pair Ethernet cabling. This cable was made to handle the load; other cables are unable to do so. The design is modified in such a way that it can support the Gigabit Ethernet. It has the ability to handle the speed up to 1 gigabit per second and at the same time the astonishing ability to support 10 Ethernet connections. The CAT6 cable is made in such a way that it has four pairs of copper wires and all of them are at the same time functional to achieve the highest level of performance. But like it is said, with so many pros of a certain product, there are always some cons as well. So just like other standardized cables, the CAT6 cable has the maximum length to operate within 100 meters. Another drawback is that these cables are expensive. But when you get performance, you hardly look at the price tag.