Cat6 Cable Your Home
} The Smarter Way to Multiroom AV Home Entertainment
CAT6 network cabling is the next generation of wired connectivity; and improvement over CAT5. It’s used for audio visual installation and for home automation, as well as for providing the backbone connectivity for network devices such as computers, printers and so forth. This cabling might seem a bit dated, given that most networks are wireless these days. What one needs to keep in mind, however, is that some technology still requires cabling and that no wireless network offers the stability or security that comes with a wired network.
For equipment used for audio visual, London homes still need cabling. CAT6 network cabling is compatible with all the newest devices on the market. Of course, whenever you’re installing something like cabling it’s natural to wonder how long it will be useful for. There’s nothing quite like having your house ripped up to install something and then finding out that it’s outdated a short time after. CAT6 network cabling, it so happens, should be current for at least the next 10 years. This cabling is used for a host of different devices and supports the fastest protocols. It is also backwards compatible with your older devices, so you don’t have to worry about having to upgrade everything you own to accommodate the new cabling.
Getting your audio and visual equipment ramped up to the next level and making sure your home is ready for the future is worth the money. With CAT6 network cabling, you’ll have better security, can still add wireless networking for when you want the convenience of just jacking in that way and can control your audio visual equipment over the same network. With this new technology, any London home will be ready for what’s to come and will have suitable connectivity for all your electronic devices for the next decade, at least.
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