Workstation outlets include connections for two duplex multimode fiber cables, for production; three Category 5 copper cables, two for data transmission and one for redundancy; one Category 3 copper cable for voice transmission; and one coax cable for closed-circuit television.
What does C5CC stand for?
C5CC stands for Category 5 Copper Cable
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Nasdaq:FDRY), a performance and total solutions leader for end-to-end switching and routing, announced today three chassis-based Gigabit Ethernet-Over-Copper switches for the FastIron(R) II product family of Layer 2/3 switches allowing users to deliver Gigabit-Over-Copper solutions for servers and data center backbones over cost-effective Category 5 copper cables.
Unshielded twisted pair Category 5 copper cables can be no more than 100 meters in length, due to signal attenuation.
The SimpliPHY(TM) supports all three Ethernet standard speeds - 10, 100 and 1000 Megabits per second (Mbps) - in a single integrated circuit solution with IEEE standards based auto-negotiation to enable easy migration from Fast Ethernet (100 million bits/second) to Gigabit Ethernet (1 billion bits/second) over ubiquitous Category 5 copper cable installations.
The BCM5404 incorporates all three Ethernet speeds -- 10, 100, and 1000 Megabits per second (Mbps) -- with standards-based auto-negotiation, to ensure compatibility with all existing Ethernet network equipment operating over existing legacy Category 5 copper cable plants.
Also announced: --CoreBuilder 3500 ATM Modules -- two new interface modules that connect the FIRE ASIC-based CoreBuilder 3500 wire-speed Layer 3/Layer 4 switches to ATM OC-3c or OC-12c backbones; --CoreBuilder 9000 ATM 4-Port 155 Mbps UTP Interface -- a new interface card that lets users employ economical, Category 5 copper cable as an OC-3c transmission interface for CoreBuilder 9000 switches; --Software support for the CoreBuilder 9000 seven-slot chassis -- a new software version now lets users employ this cost-effective CoreBuilder switch in ATM backbones of smaller campus and building-wide networks; --Software support for the PathBuilder(TM) family of ATM access switches - a new software version permits CoS to QoS mapping at the edge of an ATM wide area network.