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An Ethernet adapter, often known as a NIC (Network Interface Card), is a device that plugs into a motherboard slot and allows you to connect to an Ethernet network (LAN).
The expansion of the ethernet adapter market is mostly due to an increase in demand for greater bandwidth connections across various end-user sectors, as well as the rising digitization of enterprises.
Signal stability, excellent dependability, little external interference, and low risk of a security breach are all features of Ethernet adapters. As a result, the usage of ethernet adapters is increasing, propelling the ethernet adapter market forward.
Furthermore, the popularity of internet of things (IoT) devices is increasing, as is the demand for power over ethernet (PoE).
The Global Ethernet Adapter Market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2026, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2027.
At the Consumer Electronics Show, D-Link unveiled the DUB-E250 USB-C to 2.5G Ethernet Adapter and the DMS-106XT Multi-Gigabit Unmanaged Switch. Because of the introduction of Wi-Fi 6 and the growth in network traffic, wired networks now demand more bandwidth.
A single Gigabit Ethernet port is no longer adequate. 2.5GE is one of the most recent technological advancements that is driving networking innovation and altering the user experience.
D-new Link’s 2.5GbE solutions improve networks by making them more dependable, robust, and smooth, and by quickly boosting network speed by 2.5 times.
The OWC recently launched Thunderbolt 3 10Gb Ethernet Adapter. The OWC Thunderbolt 3 10Gb Ethernet Adapter is a brand-new/improved device. This is the ideal complement to your fantasy laptop docking station (or computer). 100Mbps, 1Gbps, 2.5Gbps, 5Gbps, and 10Gbps networks are all supported by the new adaptor.
Ethernet transfer rates of more than 900MB/s are available. Wake-on-LAN (WOL) and auto-negotiation are included, as well as AVB compatibility for professional audio/video applications.
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