Behind the Wall – The structure of the Internet

Behind the Wall - The structure of the Internet
  The Internet is a network of networks. Every machine that is connected to the Internet is part of a network. At home, you are likely connected to an Internet Service Provider (ISP). At work, your computer is part of the organization’s local area network (LAN), a network that is owned and managed by the ...

Wireless will become the primary LAN technology

Wireless will become the primary LAN technology
The mainstream consumer market started seeing Wi-Fi products based on IEEE 802.11ac standard in 2013. The standard is the fifth generation of Wi-Fi networking technology that promises more bandwidth to users at home and the office. The new Wi-Fi brings new improvements to wireless networks including offering 1.3Gbps of bandwidth (in the so-called Wave 1) ...