Increasing usage of Power over Ethernet (PoE) represents one of the most meaningful impacts to enterprise network infrastructure in recent history. This technology reduces installation costs and time by allowing power and data onto a single twisted-pair cable, installed by a single low-voltage contractor and eliminating the need for a separate electrical cable to each device.
Panduit offers a range of copper cabling solutions to fit the needs of all types of applications. From trading floors to operating rooms, classrooms to store fronts, Panduit’s copper systems provide the infrastructure needed to support networks of all shapes and sizes. At Panduit, quality is our number one concern, resulting in products that are engineered and produced with reliability and durability in mind.
Mini-Com® TX6A™ 10Gig UTP Jack Modules are a component of the TX6A™ 10Gig UTP Copper Cabling System with MaTriX Technology. This end-to-end system provides a cost effective medium for ensuring that network bandwidth needs are easily met today and in the future. The Panduit solution helps ensure organizations efficiently and reliably meet their data transmission needs.
With certified performance to the ISO 11801 Class EA, IEEE 802.3an-2006 and ANSI/TIA-568.2-D Category 6A standards, this system will support high bandwidth applications like 10GBASE-T and HDBaseT and is ideal for running next generation Power over Ethernet (PoE++).
Benefits of using the Mini-Com® TX6A™ 10Gig UTP Jack Modules in buildings of tomorrow include:
- Alien crosstalk suppression
- 100% performance tested
- Individually serialized
- Shuttered and angle termination versions available
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Connecting enterprise-wide systems to the IP network requires a physical infrastructure that is not only strong, but also sufficiently scalable to enable change and growth.
Most modern enterprise workspaces require a telecommunications room (TR) on every floor in order to support the proliferation of connected devices on the IP network. All of the systems and switches that connect to devices to provide them with power and enable them to collect and deliver data are housed in the TR, and the growing number of connected devices in the enterprise has led to overcrowded TRs filled with switches, control systems, patching and cabling that are hard to manage and lacking the number of ports needed for all the devices.
Check out our PoE eBook to discover the role of Power over Ethernet (PoE) in the modern connected enterprise and how our copper cabling systems can enable any current or future PoE application.