Explaining Gigabit Ethernet Networking
The term 1 GigE or GbE is used for describing a Gigabit Ethernet networking protocol. It is a technology which is used for transmitting Ethernet frames at a speed of 1 Gigabit per second. This can be more specifically described as 1,000,000,000 bits per second. The Gigabit Ethernet came into use in the year 1999. With the invention of 1 GigE, this faster Ethernet network slowly replaced the Fast Ethernet in wired networking due to its superior data transmission capabilities. Continue reading
Wherever you go, there is a pressing need to be connected to the Internet. Whether you are subscribed to a data plan provider or if not, connected to a secure WIFI connection. Why is this? Because in this age, connectivity is everything, be it for business, school or personal purposes.
The good thing with mobile devices that come out in the market is that these little devices come out powered with tethering capabilities, meaning, the user may simply turn on the device’s hotspot connection and instantly, the user becomes a provider of network connection to those within a certain vicinity. Continue reading