Smart-Managed Gb Ethernet Switches Eliminate Bottlenecks

NETGEAR latest 5-port (GS305E) and 8-port (GS308E) Gigabit Ethernet Smart Managed Plus Switches are designed for mission-critical business activities. They fundamental network features that will help optimize network performance. The switches offer traffic separation (VLAN), traffic priority (QoS), Link Aggregation (LAG), cable health check and loop prevention. Through an intuitive GUI they are said to provide easy, reliable and affordable plug-and-play connectivity to quickly expand your business for workstations/servers, NAS storage, printers, and PCs with a silent and sturdy metal design.

 

NETGEAR Insight Managed products are fully-integrated and cloud-manageable devices, requiring no additional hardware or VPN tunneling to connect directly to the Insight cloud and can be managed remotely. NETGEAR Insight is available via web browser and mobile platforms on iOS and Android and offers several subscription plans for users: Insight Basic for the Insight app only, and Insight Premium for the Insight app, the Insight cloud web portal with advanced features, as well as Insight Pro for Managed Service Providers. More information is available at: Insight platforms and ecosystem.

 

The new NETGEAR Smart Managed Pro S350 series consists of five switch models, including: 8-, 10-, 24-, and 48-port Gigabit Ethernet switches with 2 or 4 SFP ports for fiber uplinks. The 8- and 10-port, which are IPV6-ready, and the 24-port models will include PoE+ (Power over Ethernet Plus) variants.  Purposely designed for networks where voice, video and data are all carried over a single network, these new affordable switches will become essential gear in the arsenal for nearly every small business network. All the Smart Manage Pro s350 series of switches are currently available. For more details, visit the product page, call 408-907-8000, and/or email [email protected].

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