Wireless Network

A wireless network or Wireless Local Area Network serves the same purpose as a wired one, to link a group of computers. Because “wireless” doesn’t require costly wiring, the main benefit is that it’s generally easier, faster and cheaper to set up. Even when you have a wired network already in place, a wireless network can be a cost-effective way to expand or augment it, or insure redundancy. In fact, there’s really no such thing as a purely wireless network, because most link back to a wired network at some point.