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Future watch: new Ethernet standard to bring 2.5 and 5 Gbit/sec speeds to existing cabling

The group responsible for the Ethernet specifications have unveiled a new pair of standards, bringing faster speeds to existing Cat-5e and Cat-6 cable runs, eliminating networking bottlenecks, and potentially saving organizations with large deployments a great deal of money.
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