Network Interface Card (NIC)

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Definition of Network Interface Card (NIC) - Data Center Glossary

A network interface card (NIC) is a hardware device that provides network connectivity for a server or computer. In a data center, the NICs you select for servers may determine how much network bandwidth they can handle, as well as how many physical network connections they can support.

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