Tag Archives: Ethernet

A Guide To Ethernet Cables

by solracarevir Ethernet cables are used to connect computers and create a network within a home or office. They are also used to connect PCs and laptops to peripheral devices such as scanners and printers and also to hook up computers and games consoles to the internet to allow for internet browsing, downloading and streaming.… Read More »

Inateck USB 3.0 Hub, 3-port USB-A 3.0, HDMI 4K Ultra HD( Mini DP zu HDMI Adapter), Gigabit Ethernet Anschluss, Microsoft Surface Dockingstation für Surface Pro 4/ Surface Pro 3/ Surface 3/ New Surface Pro, DC-Netzteil 5 V/ 2 A (HB9002)

Vielfalt auch für das Surface Der Inateck HB9002 bietet verschiedene Anschlüsse, u.a. Eine HDMI 1.4 Schnittstelle, einen Gigabit Ethernet Anschluss, drei USB-A 3.0 Buchsen und einen 5 V Gleichstromeingang. Damit wird Ihr Surface stark erweitern, Ihre Arbeit noch effizienter gestaltet und eine Nutzung noch bequemer. Mini DP zu HDMI Ausgang Mit dem Inateck HB9002 können… Read More »

Metro Ethernet For Business Connection

by TahoeSunsets A Metro Ethernet is the use of Carrier Ethernet technology to create a computer network that covers a metropolitan area and is based on the Ethernet standard. It is widely used as an access network that connects subscribers and businesses to other larger networks or the internet. Metro Ethernet can also be used… Read More »

History of the Ethernet Cable

by super-structure The Ethernet cable became widely used in the early eighties. Ethernet cable originally was 10BASE5 cable, which is what most people refer to as coaxial cable. Most people identify coaxial cable as the cable that connects the television set to the cable TV connection. Generally, coaxial cable is very thick and quite inflexible.… Read More »

What Does Ethernet Mean?

by Axel Schwenke What is Ethernet? The term Ethernet in basic terms is actually cables connected to a network which inturn send data packets across several networks. This is the most often utilized process used in neighborhood networking. Xerox, DEC and Intel created this current model which was influenced by the Alohanet schematic from years… Read More »