Network Cards / Accessories

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In this category you’ll find all the products you need to build a wired or wireless network to link two or more PCs together, with products aimed at home users and corporate installations. Choose a wireless network for convenience or a wired network for higher speed, reliability and security.

RJ45 Network Cards

Network cards are added to desktop PCs, workstations or servers to enable connectivity to other users, devices and the outside world. RJ45 is the common wired interface used to connect via Ethernet to network switches and routers.

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External Network Cards

External network cards or adapters are added to predominantly laptop devices to add wired Ethernet connectivity. A USB port is used to add either single or multiple RJ45 ports - the common wired interface used to connect via Ethernet to network switches and routers.

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Wireless Adapters - USB

These wireless USB adapters connect into any USB port of a desktop or laptop. This allows the computer to connect to a wireless network without having to run a network cable to the system. Advanced features such as high bandwidth and encryption ensure both a fast and secure connection to a WiFi network.
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Antennas / Aerials / Accessories

These aerials and accessories are for a range of wireless computer products. They include products that will extend the range of the wireless signal. Note that many of these products are specific to particular brands and products, so always check the specification to confirm the application and fitment.
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CAT-7 Copper Ethernet Network Cables

An Ethernet network cable is used to connect a computer to other users or devices via a switch or router creating a network. Cat-7 can support up to 40 Gigabit (40Gbps) speeds and features RJ45 end plugs, and thicker sheaths and shielding than Cat-6 cabling.

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Network Cables - CAT-6

An Ethernet network cable is used to connect a computer to other users or devices via a switch or router creating a network. Cat-6 or Cat-6a can support up to 10 Gigabit (10Gbps) speeds and features RJ45 end plugs, and thicker sheaths than Cat-5 cabling.

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Network Cables - CAT-5

An Ethernet network cable is used to connect a computer to other users or devices via a switch or router creating a network. Cat-5 or Cat-5e (enhanced) can support up to Gigabit (1000Mbps or 1Gbps) speeds and features RJ45 end plugs.

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Fibre Transceivers

Transceivers are a required modular interface when using fibre networking technologies. Whether SFP, SFP+, QSFP+, QSFP28 or QSFP56 - these transceiver modules slot into the compatible switch ports to deliver the fastest speed data transmissions whilst providing the lowest latencies.

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