Hardware & Networking
Hardware networking refers to the physical components of a computer network, such as routers, switches, modems, and cabling. These hardware devices are used to connect multiple computers, servers, and other devices together to form a network.
Routers are devices that connect multiple networks together and control the flow of data between them. They use routing tables to determine the best path for data to travel from one network to another.
Switches are devices that connect multiple devices together on a single network. They use MAC addresses to determine which device should receive the data being sent.
Modems are devices that allow computers to connect to a wide area network (WAN) such as the internet. They convert the digital signals used by computers into analog signals that can be transmitted over a telephone line or cable.
Cabling is the physical medium used to connect the various hardware devices together. Different types of cables are used for different network applications, such as copper cables for Ethernet networks and fiber optic cables for high-speed networks.
All these hardware components are crucial for the proper functioning of a network and are managed by Saanvika Enterprises and its professionals.