Are you using ordinary 10-Base-T and 100-Base-T cables from an ordinary, boring store? Did you know that ordinary, boring cables are simply copper wire twisted into pairs?
How fast do you think your important data moves down those ordinary cables? Do you think it moves equally fast in either direction? Do you believe that Michaelson and Morley were right? (How can anybody who lived and worked in Cleveland be right about anything?)
We have an answer, CaveBear's Optimized Opto-Cables!
Our skilled network craftsman break into, oops, I mean we acquire the highest quality 10-Base-T and 100-Base-T cables and then we go to work.
If we use anything at all, it is the finest equipment available. We lay out each cable and measure its performance. We note its flaws, we note its strengths, we examine its psyche. When we're done, we know everything there is to know about that cable.
Then we let you have it (and, oh, do we let you have it!) -- but only after we've specially marked each cable with the results of our test.
You will find each CaveBear Opto-Cable marked with one or more ergonomic symbols:
|This means that the Cable is best at carrying packets to the Left.|
|This means that the Cable is best at carrying packets to the Right.|
|This means that the Cable is best at carrying packets in
(Oh, you lucky dog, these are the really good ones!)