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PRO.NETWORK CABLING is professionally experienced cable installation company providing cabling for Data and Voice. PRO.NET provides a complete Data and Voice cabling solutions Cat 3, Cat 5, Cat 6, Telecommunications, Wiring Block Termination.


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Voice & Data Network Cabling, Wiring Installation

Whether you have one line of cable or planning to build your entire network and server room,
No job is too big or too small for us.  Give us a call and our professional team will deliver the fastest and most professional Customer service.

PRO.NET Network Cabling & Wiring team of skilled experts can fulfill all aspects of network engineering ranging from system design and construction to staff augmentation and voice/data network wiring installation using Cat 5, Cat 5e, Cat6  installation, termination, certification and testing. We will ensure quality control throughout the process and strive to exceed your expectations each step of the way. We specialize and are fully certified in:

  • CCNA
  • ICC Master Technician
  • California C7 Contractor License

 WE GOT YOU COVERED!

Whether you're planning 
a new low voltage data or voice installation or upgrades to your existing structured cabling system PRO.NET got you covered. As a single source provider of integrated low voltage cabling infrastructure solutions for businesses large and small, PRO.NET offers a whole range of low voltage voice and data cabling products and services.


You decide at the time of installation what ports will be voice ,what ports will be data and when the needs of your company changes you will have the ability to change the design of your network by simply moving patch chords. No longer will you have dedicated data and voice system, your system will adapt to your needs. With just a move of a patch cable within seconds your once data port becomes a voice port. Don't be limited by a dedicated low voltage ethernet cable system.



 










but What is Cat5..! What is Cat5e..! What  is Cat 6 which one should I use ?

many customer ask this question what is the different  and here is a quick background about it

-cat5 VS cat5e

1-Network support 
CAT 5 cable will support 10 BASE-T and 100 BASE-T network standards, that is it supports networks running at 10 Mb/ps or 100 Mb/ps.  CAT 5 e is an enhanced version of Cat 5 that adds specifications for cross talk . Cat 5 e cable is completely backwards compatible with Cat 5, and can be used in any application in which you would normally use Cat 5 cable. However, the added specifications of Cat 5 e enable it to support Gigabit Ethernet 1000 BASE-T, or networks running at 1000 Mbps.

2-Cross talk 
 
Cross talk is the "bleeding" of signals between one cable into another, due to a process called induction. This effect can result in  slow network transfer speeds, and can even completely block the transfer of signals over the cable. Cat 5 e cable has been improved over Cat 5 cable in this respect, and cross talk has been greatly reduced.

3-Bandwidth
 
 The bandwidth of a given conveyance media is essentially it's information carrying capacity. The greater the bandwidth of a system, the faster it is able to push data across a network. Cat 5 is rated at 100 Mhz while Cat 5 e is rated at 350 Mhz. This coupled with other more stringent specifications makes Cat5e ideally suited for networks which plan to operate at Gigabit Ethernet speeds.

SO If you plan on to implement Gigabit Ethernet, go with Cat 5 e. Also, the small increase in price of Cat 5 e over Cat 5 is more than made up for by "future proofing" your network's cabling infrastructure.

NOW Cat5e vs Cat6

Cat 5 e OR Cat 6 which on to choice now.There is a great deal of debate among people about whether new cabling installations should use Cat 5 e or Cat 6. Many people incorrectly assume that by running Cat 6 they will then have a Gigabit Ethernet. However, in order to achieve true Gigabit Ethernet speeds, every single component on a network must be gigabit rated, such as the switches, hubs and network interface cards. This isn't to say that there aren't differences between Cat 5 e and Cat 6, however. The general difference between cat 5e and cat 6 is in the transmission performance. While Cat 5 e can support gigabit speeds, Cat 6 is certified to handle gigabit Ethernet. Additionally, the Cat 6 specification is better suited toward environments that are generally unfriendly to twisted pair cabling. This includes areas that have lots of interference from things like power lines, lights, and manufacturing equipment. Still, for most applications, Cat 5 e is perfectly suitable and preferable to Cat 6: it is more economical and performs almost as well. However, if you can be certain that all the components on your network are gigabit rated, and the volume of the data being transmitted calls for certified gigabit performance, then Cat 6 is the best way to go.



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