Network Switches

by Steven Wong ·Posted
With the recent launch of the 24- and 48-port Aruba Instant On 1830 managed network switches, small-to-medium businesses have a budget-friendly means of quickly scaling their networks to support devices such as computers, storage drives, and servers. Featuring Gigabit Ethernet RJ45 ports and powered by an 800 MHz ARM Cortex-A9 processor with 512MB of memory and 215MB of flash storage, these
by Steven Wong ·Posted
Aruba has revealed its line of Instant On 1960 rackmount managed network switches, which are designed to help small- to medium-sized businesses take on bandwidth-intensive tasks such as voice and video conferencing. The Instant On 1960 12XGT provdes twelve 10Gb Ethernet ports for exceptionally fast connections to compatible devices such as computers and network storage drives. If your fast-growing business needs more connectivity, then the
by Steven Wong ·Posted
Small businesses ranging from cafes to tech startups can now look to Instant On 1930 Managed Switches from Aruba to expand their networks with wired IP cameras, network attached storage (NAS) drives, VoIP phones, and other devices. The newly revealed network switch series includes seven models in 8, 24, and 48 Gigabit Ethernet port configurations, with or without power-over-Ethernet (PoE) support, and up to four 10Gb SFP
by Lawrence Neves ·Posted
With ATTO, you can stream your content in real time, which greatly enhances your workflow. ATTO Advanced Data Streaming technology is found in all ATTO ThunderLink® adapters, and offers high-speed data streaming, which is great for data and editing collaboration. The ultra-quiet, low-profile, and portable 40GbE ThunderLink 3402 from ATTO makes it easy to streamline workflows by connecting your Thunderbolt™ 3 laptop, desktop, or mobile workstation directly to a DisplayPort monitor, as well as networked storage to edit content in real time.