One of the unique features of UTP CAT5E Cable Manufacturers' UTP CAT5E Cableis that they are backward compatible. This means that they will interact with older data and systems. This is what makes the transition from Cat5 cable to Cat5e cable smooth and low-cost. On the other hand, Cat5 lacks this backward compatibility and can only use a limited number of interfaces.
Cat5 cables can support networks operating at 10-100 megabits per second, while Cat5e cables can support networks operating at speeds of up to 1 gigabit per second (1000 megabits per second). Extrapolating this to the real world, if you transmit information within your home network, you will not notice significant differences. However, for IT companies that handle terabytes of information, this is a major upgrade. It is for this reason that Cat5 is largely considered an outdated standard, and it will be phased out over time as the old companies that use them start to disappear.
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