Aachen -LANCOM Systems, the leading German manufacturer of professional network solutions, introduces the LANCOM GS 1108P, the successor to the successful ES 1108P.
This unmanaged 8-port Gigabit Ethernet switch features Power over Ethernet as per IEEE 802.3af and 802.3at, making it ideal for power-hungry devices such as dual-radio access points or pivoting security cameras. It provides a cumulative power consumption on all ports up to 60 watts to ensure that network components are reliably networked and powered. Thanks to its size, its quiet fan, and its rugged, non-slip metal housing, it is ideal for use in small offices and businesses, or home offices. PoE also offers a highly convenient power source for IP phones and WLAN access points.
The quality and reliability of professional networks depends heavily on the switches they employ. With this new Gigabit switch, LANCOM offers customers and sales partners a component that is fully compatible to the LANCOM product range in the familiar LANCOM quality. The status of the connections is clearly displayed on the front of the switch. The integrated power supply unit and the high degree of energy efficiency (inactive ports are switched off automatically) underscore the professional nature of this device.
An adapter for installation in 19" cabinets is supplied. The LANCOM GS-1108P is available now.
Pictures of the switch are available here:
LANCOM Systems background
Your editorial staff contact:
Eckhart Traber, LANCOM Systems GmbH Tel: +49 (0)89 665 61 78 - 67 Fax: +49 (0)89 665 61 78 - 97 email@example.com http://www.lancom.eu Aachen local court, HRB 8889 Managing Director:
Most Popular Stories
- 15 Myths That Could Ruin Your Hispanic Ad Campaign
- AIG to Create 230 Jobs in Charlotte
- General Motors Names Mary Barra as First Female CEO
- Bitcoin Clones Lurch Onto Financial Scene
- Russia Says Nyet to Canada North Pole Claim
- Bipartisan Negotiators Reach Modest Budget Agreement
- Scripps Shares Rise on Reported Bid Talks
- Justin Bieber Visits Typhoon Victims, Plays Concert
- Senate Dems Move Forward With Obama Nominees
- New Obama Aide to Focus on Climate Change