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American Tech Supply stocks CAT 7 cable Category 7 connectivity solutions including CAT 7 Inserts,CAT 7Jacks, CAT 7 Modular Connectors, CAT 7 Keystone Jacks, CAT 7 cable, CAT 7 Patch Panels, from Siemon with 1-2 day ship time. Siemon 6 patch cords provide a powerful 250MHz of bandwidth. Our panels minimize near-end crosstalk and are backward compatible with slower protocols. Exceeding ISO/IEC category 7/class FA specifications, Siemon's fully shielded TERA end-to-end cabling solution is the highest-performing twisted-pair copper cabling system available.

Siemon’s TERA 1000 MHz CAT 7 cable perfectly complements the performance of our TERA outlets. Siemon cable exceeds all TIA/EIA and ISO/IEC requirements for category 7/class F transmission performance. Utilizing Siemon cable is the ideal way to ensure optimum channel performance and is essential for a complete end-to-end warranted system.Exceeding ISO/IEC category 7/class FA specifications, Siemon's fully shielded TERA end-to-end cabling solution is the highest-performing twisted-pair copper cabling system available.

Siemon CAT 7 Patch Cords- Siemon CAT 7 Specifications

  • Performance to 10Gb/s and beyond, far exceeding all performance requirements for 10GBASE-T.
  • Bandwidth of 1.2 GHz per pair, twice the category 7/class F specifications and the highest of any available copper system.
  • Validated for TEMPEST high-security government applications.
  • Cable sharing - Shielded design and 1-, 2- and 4-pair outlet and plug modularity allow the simultaneous support of multiple applications over a single cable, administered in a single outlet.
  • Future-proof performance and flexibility make TERA ideal for data centers, healthcare imaging and financial applications

Highlights

  • S/FTP
  • Sequential measurement markings on jacket
  • Round jacket
  • Pairs individually shielded with aluminum-polyester foil
  • Overall tinned-copper braid

Packaging

  • 1000 ft. reel
  • Weight
    • CMR— 50 lbs/1000 ft.
    • CMP— 50 lbs/1000 ft.

Standards Compliance

  • ISO/IEC 11801:2002 (Category 7)
  • IEC 61156-5:2002CCategory 7)
  • UL CMR and CSA FT4
  • UL CMP and CSA FT6

Ethernet Applications Support

  • 10GBASE-T
  • 1000BASE-T
  • 100BASE-T
  • 10BASE-T
    9T7P4-E10-06-R1 TERA S/FTP Plenum 4-Pair Cable (CMP, CSA Type FT6), blue jacket, 1000 ft. Reel
    9T7R4-E10-06-R1 TERA S/FTP Riser 4-Pair Cable (CMR, CSA Type FT4), blue jacket, 1000 ft. Reel

We now have CAT 7 Jacks Inserts-TERA® Category 7A Structured Network Cabling

The key data center standards recommend 10Gb/s or better cabling based on the time-tested best-practice of selecting systems that will provide the maximum longevity. This minimizes the disruption and downtime associated with lower-performing cabling and provides lower total cost of ownership for the cabling plant.

It all boils down to the constant advance of network performance requirements. IP and storage applications are evolving more and more rapidly, consuming bandwidth, driving faster speeds and shortening network application life cycles. Even Moores Law is being challenged - by most estimates, processing power doubles every 12 months, compared to Moores original 24-month benchmark. The longer your cabling plant can support these expanding performance requirements, the more cost-effective it becomes.

Exceeding ISO/IEC category 7/class FA specifications, Siemon's fully shielded TERA end-to-end cabling solution is the highest-performing twisted-pair copper cabling system available.

  • Performance to 10Gb/s and beyond, far exceeding all performance requirements for 10GBASE-T.
  • Bandwidth of 1.2 GHz per pair, twice the category 7/class F specifications and the highest of any available copper system.
  • Validated for TEMPEST high-security government applications.
  • Cable sharing - Shielded design and 1-, 2- and 4-pair outlet and plug modularity allow the simultaneous support of multiple applications over a single cable, administered in a single outlet.
  • Future-proof performance and flexibility make TERA ideal for data centers, healthcare imaging and financial applications.

DATA CENTER

The key data center standards recommend 10Gb/s or better cabling based on the time-tested best-practice of selecting systems that will provide the maximum longevity. This minimizes the disruption and downtime associated with lower-performing cabling and provides lower total cost of ownership for the cabling plant.

It all boils down to the constant advance of network performance requirements. IP and storage applications are evolving more and more rapidly, consuming bandwidth, driving faster speeds and shortening network application life cycles. Even Moores Law is being challenged - by most estimates, processing power doubles every 12 months, compared to Moores original 24-month benchmark. The longer your cabling plant can support these expanding performance requirements, the more cost-effective it becomes.

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CAT7- Category 7 Cable History and Information

Category 7 cable (Cat 7), (ISO/IEC 11801:2002 category 7/class F), is a cable standard for Ethernet and other interconnect technologies that can be made to be backward compatible with traditional Cat 5 and Cat 6 Ethernet cable. CAT 7 cable also meets and exceeds current TEMPEST standards used by NATO and many assets of the US Military.\

Siemon's TERA cabling solution is backed by Siemon's exclusive 20-year warranty, providing 100% coverage of products, cabling performance and applications, when installed by a Siemon Certified Installer. The TERA cabling solution is guaranteed to provide transmission performance that meets the industry standards for category 7/Class F parameters based upon 100 Ω fully shielded (S/FTP) copper cabling.

Cat 7 features even more strict specifications for crosstalk and system noise than Cat 6. To achieve this, shielding has been added for individual wire pairs and the cable as a whole. Category 7 is recognized for all the country organizations members of ISO.The Cat 7 cable standard has been created to allow 10 Gigabit Ethernet over 100 m of copper cabling (also, 10-Gbit/s Ethernet now is typically run on Cat 6a). The cable contains four twisted copper wire pairs, just like the earlier standards. Cat 7 can be terminated either with 8P8C compatible GG45 electrical connectors which incorporate the 8P8C standard or with TERA connectors. When combined with GG45 or TERA connectors, Cat 7 cable is rated for transmission frequencies of up to 600 MHz.

Category 7a (or Augmented Category 7) is defined at frequencies up to 1000 MHz, suitable for multiple applications in a single cable (just like all other categories) including CATV (862 MHz).Simulation results have shown that 40 Gigabit Ethernet is possible at 50 meters and 100 Gigabit Ethernet is possible at 15 metersMohsen Kavehrad and researchers at The Pennsylvania State University believe that either 32 nm or 22 nm circuits will allow for 100 Gigabit Ethernet at 100 meters.

However, similar studies in the past have shown that Cat5e could support 10 Gbps, so these should be read with caution. Furthermore, as of June 2010, the IEEE is currently not looking into 40 Gbps or 100 Gbps for Cat7a in its draft 802.3ba. It may in the future, but there is absolutely no guarantee that such applications will ever exist.

Cat7a is currently in ISO standards for channel performance in Amendment 1, recently component performance has been ratified in Amendment 2. The formal names are ISO 11801 Amendment 1(2008) and ISO 11801 Amendment 2 (2010).

Siemon's TERA Dramatically Cuts Costs of Call Center Cabling

Call centers have been popular in the US for many years. Telemarketing, collections, charities and individual companies find benefits in productivity, customer relations and other business areas through the use of automated dialers and inbound call center applications. The call center environment is a bit different than other work areas due primarily to equipment and density. Call center work areas rarely exceed 100 square feet per employee. Rather, they are typically dense cubicle environments with compact work areas.

The smaller work areas, generally 4-6' wide, contain a server-connected PC, which provides scripting, fill in forms and other applications needed for calls such as credit card processing. Of course, these work areas also include a phone: either a traditional PBX based unit connected through an automated dialer, or an IP based version.

Call centers can be divided into three basic categories, inbound, outbound or a combination of the two. Inbound call centers are designed to take inbound calls for help desk services, technical support or ordering. The calls are routed to available agents through the inbound PBX. The calls could be traditional voice calls or an instant "chat on demand" service, which provides the functionality through an internet-connected chat box. Typically, these work areas are outfitted with a phone and a PC running call logging and resolution software. The phone system in an inbound call center is more than just a basic phone as it must provide transfer functions for escalation.

Outbound call centers are a bit different. As the name implies, these centers are designed to reach out to customers. Central to the outbound call center is the automated dialer. The dialers are fed a bank of numbers. These numbers are dialed in the switch and upon successful connection, the dialer automatically activates a manned work area phone. Like inbound centers, the work area is typically outfitted with a PC that is connected to the customer management system, and phone. Lately, many advanced centers even implement video based personnel monitoring systems.

Blended agent call centers provide a combination of both inbound and outbound services. These are the most sophisticated infrastructures, as a combination of several services is required. Nearly every call center utilizes some degree of call monitoring. Call monitoring is most often a live supervisor connection to a call in progress. In a standard PBX, the phones are connected via a two wire voice grade connection. The supervisor can monitor the calls by activating a monitoring headset, an activation usually performed through software. This allows a supervisor to monitor the success of a call and provides them with other information that can be used in training.

The problem with call monitoring is determining which conversation(s) are in need of supervisory assistance. With the advent of IP video, supervisors can now view many more employees, increasing their effectiveness when training employees and handling customer issues. Addition of video, however, increases infrastructure needs within the center. The cameras may be either placed at the work area, or placed at a ceiling level. (For more information on Video applications over IP, visit www.siemon.com/us/white_papers).

The advantages of adding video to call center environments is that a supervisor can remotely view the facial expressions and demeanor of the call center personnel. This body language can provide key information on call success. This method is also being applied to outsourced call center operations for the same reason. By implementing advanced monitoring, supervisors can successfully monitor remote outsourced personnel, increasing program success.

Another trend in call centers is taking advantage of IP Telephony services. IP Telephony/VoIP has distinct advantages including reduced call fees, IP manageable equipment and IP based fax services. This also allows for a closer integration between an IP based CRM (Customer Relations Management) system and phone systems. With an increasing number of options becoming available in the IP PBX market, these options are gaining in popularity. IP Phones are typically connected via a two pair 10/100 Ethernet connection. This increases the network connectivity needs for a work area.

Unique connectivity needs

If a work area is outfitted with all of the equipment listed above, the needs for this space include a 10/100 PC network connection, a voice grade phone connection or a 10/100 IP based phone connection, and if IP video is used, a two pair connection that is acceptable for video services. If credit card processing is not integrated, another phone grade service connected to the processing box is also required. If a company is utilizing Category 5e cabling or above, the industry standards stipulate that pairs cannot be split behind the faceplate, and that all 4 pairs must be terminated to a 4 pair modular jack. This means that to connect each of the services mentioned above, a work area would need 4 fully terminated 4-pair outlets.

As anyone that has ever pulled cable through cubicle furniture can tell you, there is a finite amount of room for both power and cables. Four Category 5e or 6 cables consume a large portion of this space. This does not include extra connections for network printers, network fax machines and other peripherals that may be needed in the work areas. Enter Siemon's Category7/Class F TERA®. This end-to-end solution features both exceptional bandwidth and a unique connector maximizing work area connectivity.

Due to the connector's four quadrant fully shielded design and a variety of 1,2, and 4-pair patch cord options, a user can realize two 10/100 connections in the same space as one RJ45 outlet. In a call center, office or cubicle space is more concentrated than in a regular office environment. As the workstations are limited to specific applications, the need for a connection at over 100Mbps is not common. Primarily, the call center workstation only accesses one application, and new trends are moving these applications to web based services. This migration increasingly allows a thin client environment. All connections must be terminated via an 8-position connector behind the faceplate but, this does not mean that you cannot "split pairs" in front of the faceplate. This TERA® benefit eliminates the wasted pairs common in RJ45 connectivity.

One TERA connector features the ability to run a one pair video, one pair legacy voice and a two pair 10/100 PC connection; or one two pair VoIP phone and a two pair 10/100 connection. This ability to split pairs in front of the faceplate is a unique benefit of TERA. The chart below shows just what you can do with a pair and/or pair requirement for various applications

 

 

 

 

 

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