Gigabit Ethernet

What is Gigabit Ethernet?

Definition: Gigabit Ethernet is a member of the Ethernet network of the computer network and communications principles. The standard Gigabit Ethernet provides a maximum potential data rate of one gigabit per second (1000 Mbps). Explanation: Gigabit Ethernet is mostly delivered on optical fiber with very small distances on copper media potential. Current 10- and 100-Mbps Read more about What is Gigabit Ethernet?[…]