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New CAT-600BK Series Category 6 Network Cables Announced by Hosa

The ideal solution for today’s high-speed networks

Buena Park, CA, September 2015 — Hosa Technology, Inc., the leading innovator of analog and digital connectivity solutions for the audio and video professional, is pleased to introduce the CAT-600BK Series Category 6 Network Cables. Superior construction and Hosa dependability make these cables ideal for the networks of today.

Featuring 24 AWG Oxygen-Free Copper (OFC) conductors for increased signal flow, CAT-600BK Series Category 6 Network Cables provide the best throughput in today’s high-speed networks. Tested to meet ANSI/TIA standards, Hosa’s Cat 6 Network Cables reduce crosstalk and return loss while increasing signal-to-noise ratio.

To further minimize interference, Hosa CAT-600BK Series cables utilize S/FTP construction, shielding each twisted pair as well as the overall cable. This construction makes Hosa’s network cables ideal in audio and video networks such as HDBaseT.

Jose Gonzalez, Hosa Technology’s Product Manager, commented on the new CAT-600BK Series network cables, “Hosa has long been recognized as a leader in cable products and our new CAT-600BK Series cables extend this tradition. With S/FTP construction and 24 AWG oxygen-free copper conductors, these cables offer maximum signal transmission with minimal interference and are bound to find their way onto many of today’s high-speed Ethernet and A/V networks.”

The Hosa CAT-600BK Series Category 6 Network Cables are available now. MSRP ranges from $10.50 to $193.05.

- Hosa
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