Cat5 Cabling / Cat6 Cabling

At Midland Telecom Networks Ltd, we can assist you with all of your cabling requirements.
We can provide your business with CAT5 cabling and CAT6 cabling (often referred to as data cabling, although it is used for a number of purposes including telecoms, video and audio). We also specialise in fibreoptics, traditional telephone cabling and wireless networks to compliment your data cabling.

Category 5 (CAT5) cabling is a twisted pair cable for carrying data. It contains four pairs of copper wire and supports fast Ethernet speeds of up to 100 Mbps. CAT5 is the most popular of all twisted pair cables in use today.

Category 5 enhanced cabling (CAT5e) is a newer specification for CAT5 cable. It supports networking at Gigabit Ethernet speeds of up to 1000 Mbps over short distances by utilising all four wire pairs, and it is backward-compatible with the standard CAT5.

Category 6 cabling (CAT6) is a similar design to CAT5e but offers communication speeds of up to twice the speed. CAT6 offers a much higher frequency of signal and the bandwidth supported is much larger, allowing more network traffic than ever.

At Midland Telecom Networks Ltd, we are specialists in Information Technology, Communications Technology and Mobile Communications. This means that we are uniquely placed to offer your business a wide range of services across all platforms. Choosing Midland Telecom Networks Ltd for your cabling means that you also have access to advice on all areas of your business communications, with a company you can trust. We also supply business telephone system packages, maintenance services, broadband, telephone lines, calls and much, much, more!

We pride ourselves on offering a high standard of service at competitive rates. Our skilled engineers hold industry and manufacturer qualifications with years of experience in the field. Call Midland Telecom Networks Ltd today to discuss all of your cabling needs.

If you are looking for the very latest in speed take a look at our Cat6a Data Cabling 

Want to know more? Watch our video on cat5/cat6 cabling.