Networking and Wireless

Connections for computer systems can require a number of components from modems and routers to power over Ethernet. Wired networks require devices be tethered to a router. The most common wired networks use cables connected to an Ethernet port on the network router and the opposite end of the cable connected to a computer or other device. The world of wireless in networking is making this once time-consuming task much easier. With a wireless network, devices stay connected to the network but do not need to be tethered by any wire. Access points amplify Wi-Fi signals, so a device can be far from the router, but still connected to the network. Whether you need components for your wired network or your wireless network, Graybar has the equipment you need to keep devices connected, secure and speedy.