One of the unique features of SFTP CAT5E Cables Manufacturers' Cat5 cables is that they are backward compatible. This means they interact with legacy data and systems. That's why the transition from Cat5 cable to Cat5e cable is smooth and inexpensive. Cat5, on the other hand, lacks this backward compatibility and can be used with a limited number of interfaces.
Cat5 cables are capable of supporting networks operating at 10-100 megabits per second, while Cat5e cables are capable of supporting networks operating at 1 gigabit per second (1000 megabits per second). Extrapolating this to the real world, you won't notice a significant difference if you're streaming information in your own home network. However, it's a major upgrade for an IT company dealing with terabytes of information. It is for this reason that Cat5 is largely considered an outdated standard that will be phased out over time as older companies using them begin to cease to exist.
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