Although it is not common and it is not mentioned in any dictionaries, wiredly is used as a neologism in technical contexts.
There are a lot of adverbs that follow the same structure (ending with -edly), some of which are more commonly used. For example: acceptedly, admittedly, collectedly, unlimitedly, mixedly, datedly etc.
Example usages of wiredly in technical books from Google Books:
Each fragment is stored on one or more computers connected by a communication network, either wiredly or wirelessly.
[Mobile Intelligence By Laurence T. Yang (2010)]
The right of making available to the public is the right to make a work wiredly or wirelessly accessible to the public in a manner such that it can be accessed by members of the public from any location and at any time of their choice.
[Targeted Advertising Technologies in the ICT Space: A Use Case Driven Analysis By Christian Schlee (2013)]
Each fragment is stored on one or more computers under the control of a separate DBMS, with the computers connected by a communication network (wiredly and wirelessly).
[Data Mining IV by Nelson F. F. Ebecken, C. A. Brebbia, A. Zanasi (2004)]