When it comes to network cabling there are different methods to move data from point to point. The most commonly accepted method was the twisted pair of copper cable such as Cat5e and Cat6 and it’s still widely in use today; however, as technology continues to race forward, the call for even faster, more sophisticated methods of data transmission has brought us to fiber optic cabling and it’s quickly becoming the next best method in network data cabling.
Companies and especially Information Technology professionals, realize that their network cabling system is the backbone of the company’s business network, and it plays an essential part in providing the communication between servers, desktop or laptop computers, and any other devices connected to the network.
One question that we’ve always been asked is, “what is the difference between wired and wireless networks and which is my best option?”
So, we’ve listed below some options to consider when implementing a network infrastructure and we’ll address these points on how it relates to data transmission within an organization.