Switches

In addition to the consumer product announcements, Netgear is also releasing a number of new products targeting commercial deployments. The company has been heavily pushing cloud-managed devices in this market segment - providing VARs and IT administrators with an easy way to deploy, monitor, and maintain the network at small and medium businesses (SMBs) using their Insight service. Keeping this in mind, all the new products (except for the S350 series switches) are Insight-compatible. The company is also adding new features to their cloud management platform. Netgear is launching five new switches in the Smart Managed Pro S350 series with 8 / 24 / 48 ports (and 2 / 4 SFP ports for uplinks). The 8 and 24-port models have Poe+ variants. A summary of...

Netgear Expands Insight-Supported Network Switch Lineup

Netgear has introduced a number of new products in their business network switch lineup over the last couple of months. The most interesting one is the push towards more...

4 by Ganesh T S on 8/1/2018

Netgear Launches Smart Cloud Devices with Insight Management for Business Networks

Netgear is a popular vendor in the SMB and SME market segments for switches and access points. While they do have full-blown managed switches, their smart offerings (which rely...

2 by Ganesh T S on 9/19/2017

Lower Cost 10GBase-T Switches Coming: 4, 5 and 8-port Aquantia Solutions at ~$30/Port

For users that have been following our recent coverage of Aquantia’s new multi-gigabit Ethernet solutions for consumers, the AQtion AQC107 and AQC108 controllers (along with their corresponding PCIe cards)...

40 by Ian Cutress on 6/5/2017

ASUS XG-U2008 10GBase-T Network Switch Released: 2x10G + 8x1G for $249

Back at CES, we saw what looked like a first budget-style entry into the 10GBase-T networking arena for low-cost, high-speed RJ-45 networking that would be backwards compatible with most...

22 by Ian Cutress on 10/10/2016

Omni-Path Switches at SuperComputing 15: Supermicro and Dell

It was clear at SuperComputing 15 that Intel had two main things in mind to promote: Knights Landing, their new Xeon Phi product, and Omni-Path, their new 100 Gbps...

10 by Ian Cutress on 11/24/2015

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