Wireworld Introduces Multi-Gigabit Network Cable at CES

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Wireworld-Network-Cable.jpgAt the International CES this week, Wireworld is introducing the Starlight CAT7a network cable, designed for high-speed media network applications. The Starlight cable combines a new internal design that provides greater separation between the four conductor pairs with proprietary Composilex 2 insulation and Z-Max RJ45 plugs by Siemon Corporation. Pricing and availability have not yet been announced.

From Wireworld
Wireworld Cable Technology, one of the world's most respected brands of high performance audio and video cables, is announcing the development of Category 7a cables for high speed media network applications. Unlike all other CAT7a cables, these innovative cables utilize a new internal structure developed by Wireworld to provide higher transmission speed for the most lifelike reproduction of streamed music and video.

"Media networks have become the backbone of modern home entertainment systems," comments Wireworld President and founder David Salz. "Starlight's superior transmission speed and reduced noise provide clear improvements in sound and image quality."

Starlight's internal design provides greater separation between the four conductor pairs to provide lower crosstalk, supporting higher transmission speeds than previous designs. The cable also utilizes Wireworld's proprietary Composilex 2 insulation to minimize triboelectric noise. Factory terminated Starlight 7a cables will feature state-of-the-art Z-Max RJ45 plugs by Siemon Corporation, world leader in multi-gigabit network cable technology. The refined transmission properties afforded by the combination of these technologies ensures uncompromised performance in the next generation of streaming applications.

Availability and pricing to be announced.

Additional Resources
Wireworld Releasing Series 7 Cables at HomeTheaterReview.com.
Do Premium HDMI Cables Really Matters? at HomeTheaterReview.com.


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