Connectivity (computer science)


Connectivity (computer science)

Connectivity refers to the use of computer networks to link to people and resources. You can link or connect to large computers and the Internet providing access to world-wide information resources just by sitting in front of and clicking on your computer. On a larger, collective scale connectivity may refer to the internet bandwidth coming into and going out of a country, and the quality of the infrastructure within the country for linking to the internet.

ee also

*Ethernet
*InfiniBand
*Network
*Wi-Fi
*USB
*Insulation-displacement connector (IDC)
*horizon of connectivity

External links

* [http://pinouts.ru/ Pinouts of most common computer hardware connectors]
* [http://www.topmicrousa.com/connector-guide.html Connector guide with diagrams]


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