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As the finest computer hardware suppliers in Dubai and IT networking companies in Dubai we offer excellent hardware and networking solutions. We have a proficient team of personnel, who are skilled at installation, diagnose and repair. Being one of the leading computer hardware suppliers in Dubai, we strive to give our clients top quality hardware which is necessary and essential for your business. We assure to provide complete product line including servers, desktops, laptops, routers printers, scanners, modems, switches and many more. We can confidently say that we are the leading computer hardware suppliers in Dubai and IT networking companies in Dubai.
We are into the supply, installation and configuration of basic hardware like Servers, Desktops, Laptops, Printers, Scanners, Telephone and Fax Systems, Storage devices and other IT peripherals.
Adding new hardware to your system can be tricky and an incorrect installation might lead to underperforming hardware. We support the installation of a wide range of hardware.
Every business in this world use computers, uses information technology, with PC’s connected to the Server and the internet. Infobytes Technologies helps you to setup these wired or wireless Networks for sharing data and resources across these communication channels.
Let’s look at the fundamental devices of a computer network.
Modems: A modem enables a computer to connect to the internet via a telephone line. The modem at one end converts the computer’s digital signals into analog signals and sends them through a telephone line. At the other end, it converts the analog signals to digital signals that are understandable for another computer.
Routers: A router connects two or more networks. One common use of the router is to connect a home or office network (LAN) to the internet (WAN). It generally has a plugged-in internet cable along with cables that connect computers on the LAN. Alternatively, a LAN connection can also be wireless (Wi-Fi-enabled), making the network device wireless. These are also referred to as wireless access points (WAPs).
Hubs, bridges, and switches: Hubs, bridges, and switches are connecting units that allow multiple devices to connect to the router and enable data transfer to all devices on a network. A router is a complex device with the capabilities of hubs, bridges, and even switches.
Hubs: A hub broadcasts data to all devices on a network. As a result, it consumes a lot of bandwidth as many computers might not need to receive the broadcasted data. The hub could be useful in linking a few gaming consoles in a local multiplayer game via a wired or wireless LAN.
Bridges: A bridge connects two separate LAN networks. It scans for the receiving device before sending a message. This implies that it avoids unnecessary data transfers if the receiving device is not there. Moreover, it also checks to see whether the receiving device has already received the message. These practices improve the overall performance of the network.
Switches: A switch is more powerful than a hub or a bridge but performs a similar role. It stores the MAC addresses of network devices and transfers data packets only to those devices that have requested Thus, when the demand is high, a switch becomes more efficient as it reduces the amount of latency.
Network interface cards: A network interface card (NIC) is a hardware unit installed on a computer, which allows it to connect to a network. It is typically in the form of a circuit board or chip. In most modern machines, NICs are built into the motherboards, while in some computers, an extra expansion card in the form of a small circuit board is added externally.
Network cables: Cables connect different devices on a network. Today, most networks have cables over a wireless connection as they are more secure, i.e., less prone to attacks, and at the same time carry larger volumes of data per second.
Firewall: A firewall is a hardware or software device between a computer and the rest of the network open to attackers or hackers. Thus, a LAN can be protected from hackers by placing a firewall between the LAN and the internet connection. A firewall allows authorized connections and data-like emails or web pages to pass through but blocks unauthorized connections made to a computer or LAN.