Superior Essex, international cabling manufacturer and industry leader in cable wire, has recently released this press release concerning their 10Gain XP CAT 6A cables:
“Superior Essex announces that its 10Gain XP CAT 6A cables now offer 7 dB headroom over TIA-568-C.2 standards for Power Sum Alien Near End Crosstalk (PSANEXT) and Power Sum Attenuation to Alien Crosstalk Ratio Far-End (PSAACRF). This new performance guarantee is designed to provide UTP systems with interference protection that approaches that of shielded cabling systems.
“Our research on the performance limitations of 10 gigabit Ethernet systems showed that alien crosstalk is the true limiting noise factor within the cabling network. Knowing this, we enhanced the alien crosstalk performance of our 10Gain XP design to a level that makes the cable virtually impervious to outside interference,” says Lindsay Allen, Vice President of Marketing for Superior Essex International LP.
Not only does the 10Gain XP have excellent AXT performance, its industry-leading small diameter (0.275 inches) provides a better conduit fill ratio, a smaller bend radius, and an increase in air-flow efficiency in data centers.
Recently, Superior Essex International LP released a white paper, “Alien Crosstalk: The Limiting Noise Factor in Category 6A Channel Performance,” which is featured in the May issue of OSP Magazine and Cabling Installation and Maintenance. This white paper examines the impact of noise cancellation technology on 10GBaseT cabling systems and provides a carefully constructed argument that alien crosstalk in the cabling channel is the limiting noise parameter for the network.”
For more information regarding 10Gain XP CAT 6A cables, how Superior Essex could benefit your facility, or telecommunications solutions in general, contact your local Accu-Tech representative today!