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Fast Ethernet (100Mb) Network Interface Cards (NICs)

Ethernet networks can be categorized by their transmission speed, or the maximum speed that can be achieved over the network under ideal conditions. Fast Ethernet refers to Ethernet transmission that operates at 100 Mbps, which is the most commonly used Ethernet, providing enough bandwidth to support significant number of applications.

Transition Networks’ Fast Ethernet NICs are the ideal solution for adding fiber connectivity to a PC in a 100Mbps Ethernet network. View our Fast Ethernet NICs below.

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