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Should I Buy an Ethernet Switch or a Hub?

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Since a switch performs the same job as a hub that they are both able to transmit data from one computer to another, an Ethernet switch is sometimes called a hub. Furthermore, some people even use these two terms interchangeably … Continue reading

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48-Port 10GE Switch: the Key to Scaling up Your Network

Data centers nowadays are not just getting greener – they’re becoming less expensive. Until recently, we have witnessed a dramatic growth in sales of 10GE Ethernet switches as price comes down. As the demand for switching capacity keeps accelerating, a … Continue reading

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Switch Stacking vs Uplink: Which Is Better for Connecting Switches?

Networks will eventually grow to the point that more switches should be integrated to increase port density and boost bandwidth. Then, should I buy switches with more ports or just connecting switch via stacking or uplink. Obviously, the latter makes more sense. … Continue reading

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12 Port Smart Managed Switch: More Productivity & Less Downtime for SMB

Although unmanaged switch presents a simple “plug and play” option for network administrators, it fails to meet the challenge created by the insatiable bandwidth demands. Managed switch, while has abundant advanced features for large professional networks, are far more cost-prohibitive … Continue reading

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