Showing 1–24 of 37 results

Are you looking for a Switch product?

When selecting Switch for your company’s needs, there are several important points to consider during the comparison and evaluation process.

1. Port Count and Type
Evaluate the port count and type of the switch. Determine the number of ports required to accommodate your network devices and consider the type of ports needed, such as Ethernet, Fast Ethernet, Gigabit Ethernet, or fiber optic ports.
2. Switching Capacity and Throughput
Consider the switching capacity and throughput of the switch. Evaluate the maximum data transfer rate supported by the switch to ensure it can handle the network traffic volume required by your organization.
3. Network Speed and Standards
Assess the network speed and standards supported by the switch. Consider the maximum network speed required for your operations, such as 10/100 Mbps or 1/10/100 Gbps. Ensure compatibility with standard networking protocols like Ethernet, VLAN, or Spanning Tree Protocol (STP).
4. Power over Ethernet (PoE) Support
If you require PoE functionality to power network devices like IP cameras or wireless access points, check if the switch supports PoE. Evaluate the power budget and PoE standards (e.g., PoE or PoE+) supported by the switch.
5. Management Options
Determine the level of management required for your network environment. Choose between managed, unmanaged, or smart switches based on your organization’s needs. Managed switches offer advanced features like VLAN configuration, Quality of Service (QoS), and SNMP