Network Adapters

Most people get a new machine, and their network speed lags behind. Network adapters are the next generation of network speed and security. They're affordable, easy to install, and offer a quick return on investment. Using our Network Adapters, you can browse faster, store more information, and connect to wireless networks at an affordable price.

03-0020-010 3Com Etherlink III 16-Bit Network Adapter

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  • MPN: 03-0020-010
  • Manufacturer: 3Com

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0GC281 Dell PowerEdge DRAC 4 Remote Access Card

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  • MPN: 0GC281
  • Manufacturer: Dell

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The network adapter, also known as a network card for PCs, serves as the bridge between a computer and the network, smooth internet access, file sharing, media flow, and online gaming with minimum response time. By selecting the suitable network card, users can enjoy improved network speeds and a better connection, resulting in increased productivity and enjoyment.

The network adapter authorizes a computer to link with other computers, servers, or networking devices via a LAN connection. Its utility increase after wired setups to wireless networks. Wired adapters feature an RJ-45 port compatible with twisted or untwisted pair cables for network connectivity. In differentiation, wireless adapters use each built-in or visibly connected antennas to start network connections. Both wired and wireless adapters support popular LAN protocols like TCP/IP. We offer many options including 1-port, 2-port, 4-port, 6-port, 8-port, and 16-port adapters supporting speeds of 10, 25, 40, or even 100 Gigabits.


NETWORK ADAPTERS COMMON TYPES

  • Desktop Network Interface Card (NIC): This adapter connects to a desktop computer's motherboard via a PCI or PCIe slot, need opening the computer occasion for installation. PCIe slots are commonly found in newer computers.
  • PC Card or PCMCIA Card: Also known as a PC Card or Express Card, this adapter is similar in size to a credit card but wide. It connects to a desktop or laptop computer via a PCMCIA card slot.

  • USB Adapter:

    This dense device, favour a thumb drive, plugs into a USB port on desktops, laptops, or other network-enabled devices for easy installation.

  • Wireless Game Adapters:

    These devices, also known as media adapters, bridge older game comfort and home entertainment devices to Wi-Fi networks, fill out their internet connectivity and functionality.