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i-office


100% burn-in tested

– Intel® 1151 socket. i3 / i5 / i7 processor supported

– SATA III and USB 3.0 supported

– Easier to be extended with full-profile case

– 2 years warranty

i-Z370


100% burn-in tested

– Intel® Core™ Z370 chipset i3 / i5 / i7 motherboard
– Running on DDR4 memory

– Ultra-Fast M.2 (PCIe Gen3 x4 & SATA)

FS-205 NAS Server


– Network attached storage computer

– Unique RAID technology to protect your data from a disk drive failure.

– 3 Terabyte storage (up to 10TB or 5 disks).

– Built-in FTP server.

mSATA mini PCI-E SSD to SATA Interface Converter

mSATA mini PCI-E SSD to SATA Interface Converter


Converts your mSATA SSD to standard SATA interface.
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Basics of Computer Networking – GeeksforGeeks

Open system:
A system which is connected to the network and is ready for communication.

Closed system:
A system which is not connected to the network and can’t be communicated with.

Computer Network:
It is the interconnection of multiple devices, generally termed as Hosts connected using multiple paths for the purpose of sending/receiving data or media.
There are also multiple devices or mediums which helps in the communication between two different devices which are known as Network devices. Ex: Router, Switch, Hub, Bridge.
Computer-Networking-Diagram

The layout pattern using which devices are interconnected is called as network topology. Such as Bus, Star, Mesh, Ring, Daisy chain.
Network-Topology-Diagram

OSI:
OSI stands for Open Systems Interconnection. It is a reference model that specifies standards for communications protocols and also the functionalities of each layer.

Protocol:
A protocol is the set of rules or algorithms which define the way how two entities can communicate

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