• Device authentication and access control
• PoE+ to support advanced IP equipment
• QoS for unified communications, voice and video
Compared to similarly priced network switches, the
Several models of these network switches are available, ranging from 24 to 50 fast Ethernet or gigabit-Ethernet ports, all of which facilitate a rapid flow of data. All of the models also include two gigabit-Ethernet combo ports to support fiber optic uplinks, ideal for connecting switches vertically or horizontally across the office.
PoE+ lets the switches supply power and data to IP surveillance equipment and wireless access points dispersed across any landscape. QoS not only ensures that VoIP and IP video communications quality is prioritized, but that critical security and network endpoints are running smoothly.
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