A lot of changes hare occurring in the field of computing, data communication, and telecommunication and these changes are pushing growth of gigabit networks.
As compared to basic, fast Ethernet solution, gigabit Ethernet when implemented across a network and desktop can boost performance.
A new series of Web-managed 24 and 48 port 10G switches (XGS1910) and gigabit switches (GS1910) has been introduced by ZyXEL Communications (News - Alert), a provider of secure broadband networking, Internet access, connected home and routing products.
The demand among SMBs for cloud-based services and applications like VoIP, video streaming, teleconferencing and surveillance is pushing the growth of networks with higher speeds. ZyXEL's economical, high-performance XGS1910 and GS1910 switch fulfill this need and offers the necessary gigabit bandwidth to desktops for provisioning all these applications.
The main features common to the series include: Outstanding performance and efficiency in network traffic management, Q0S, variety of VLAN features such as MAC (Media Access Control), protocol-based VLAN and guest VLAN, security management, IPv6-ready and IEEE (News - Alert) 802.3az Energy Efficient Ethernet (EEE).
With minimal investment, it allows you to make use of your exiting cabling without re-wiring.
These HP switches can power devices such as motorized IP cameras with pan / tilt / zoom functions that use more than 15.4W. ZyXEL HP switches are backward compatible with 802.3af PoE standard devices as well
In a press release, Steven Joe (News - Alert), executive vice president of channel business for Americas at ZyXEL, “ZyXEL's new switches deliver a cost and performance breakthrough to small and medium-size businesses, as well as the education and hospitality markets, We're providing affordable, energy-efficient, IPv6-ready, web-managed switches with the richest L2 features available to meet our customers' current and future mobility and cloud computing demands.”
Edited by Juliana Kenny