Network interface cards - Wireless and Ethernet network interface cards
Do you have several computers that you want to connect? Are you looking for an effective solution to optimize the sharing of peripherals between your devices? Do you need to share your Internet connection?
You are in the right place! You need a network interface card.
What is a network interface card?
A network interface card (NIC), also known as a network interface controller, LAN adapter, network adapter, or physical network interface, is a peripheral that facilitates intercommunication between devices connected to the same network.
What is the function of a network interface card?
The main function of a network interface card is to allow devices connected to the same network to share information and resources such as hard disks, printers, routers, or Internet connections quickly and securely.
What types of network interface cards are there?
There are two types of network interface cards: Wireless NICs and Ethernet NICs.
The wireless NICs allow the devices in which they are installed to connect to each other and to the Internet without the need for cables.
Ethernet NICs, on the other hand, do require the presence of a cable to enable the interconnection between the devices on the LAN and their connectivity to the Internet.