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Network Interface Card (NIC) is in computer technology a connection used to connect and exchange information with other computers on a network.
The network can vary locally or connect to a broadband network. Network cards can be used in plug cards, USB amplification or integrated into moderators.
There are two types of network cards, wireless and wired
CaseOnline offers both PCI cards and wireless network cards that can handle different speeds.
Wired networks are today by far the most common, with speeds usually varying between 1.10, 100 and 1000 Mbps
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