TERA is a shielded twisted pair connector for use with Category 7 twisted-pair data cables, developed by The Siemon Company and standardized in 2003 by International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) 61076-3-104. The 2006 revision of the standard extended the characterized performance up to 1000 MHz. The connector has a different footprint from the more common 8P8C connector.
TERA-Connector TERA is also a useful interface for broadcast communications technology (BCT). This connector allows for cable sharing, permitting users to integrate video, voice and data services over a single cabling link.
Ganking other players with a couple of friends using TERAs combat system hasn’t been this exciting for me probably since I last played DC Universe Online. Before you call me a jerk for ganking, I don’t attack people significantly lower than my level, and everyone on my server signed up for this sort of thing anyway. There’s just something awesome about properly timing your dash move as a Slayer in order to catch a guy trying pass through on his horse. Since you have to connect every hit, actually catching people to kill them is part of the challenge at times.