Make Sure To Turn On The Right Switch

What are switches? Who are switches? Why are switches? If you are one of those who doesn't seem to bother about these questions, we have a simple answer for you. It's the thing that connects your network together which is basically your computers, printers, servers, routers, etc.

In order to survive in today's business environment, a proper flow of information is very essential. With technology, this has been made possible, the use of new methods of communicating such as the use of voice, video, data which is transmitted over networks is critical.

Here are some types of network switches:

1.Unmanaged Switch

Unmanaged network switches are frequently used in home networks, small companies and businesses. It permits devices on the network to connect with each other, such as computer to computer or printer to computer in one location. (In a local area network/LAN)

2.Managed Switch

Compared to unmanaged switches, the advantage of managed switches is that they can be customized to enhance the functionality of a certain network. They offer some features like QoS (Quality of Service), Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) and so on.

3.PoE Switch

PoE Ethernet switch is a network switch that utilizes Power over Ethernet technology. When connected with multiple other network devices, PoE switches can support power and data transmission over one network cable at the same time.

The network switch has become an important part of the local area networks (LANs). LANs with medium to large sizes are established using a number of inter-linked network switches. SOHO (Small Office/Home office) networks generally consist of a single switch, or sometimes a multi-purpose device like a residential gateway to utilize small office/home broadband services. Such as Digital subscriber line (DSL) and cable Internet.

Tenda delivers variety of switching solutions for enterprise networks, data centres and small business and homes. These solutions are optimized for a wide range of industries, including service providers, financial services, and the public sector.

Tenda's TEF1105P-4-63W is a PoE switch that offers five 10/100 Mbps Base-TX RJ45 ports. It gives up to 250 meters long distance transmission, beyond hundred meters transfer limit. 6KV lightning protection PoE switch, which is the real monitoring private switch. Ports 1-4 support IEEE 802.3at and IEEE 802.3af PoE standard. And it also provides 30W maximum PoE output to a single port and 58W to a whole device.

If you are looking for Home/Office Ethernet Unmanaged Switches Tenda also provide easy and affordable network connectivity to home and small/home offices. They are easy to use and reliable. With these Plug-N-Play switches, you can expand your network connections to multiple devices instantly.

Tenda's SG105 is a five-Port Gigabit Desktop SOHO switch. It provides five 10/100/1000Mbps auto-negotiation ports. Whereas, SG108 is a eight-Port Gigabit Desktop SOHO switch provides eight 10/100/1000Mbps (auto-negotiation ports) in which you can use to establish a LAN network, or extend the uplink network. Compared with a 100M switch, both of these enhances transmission speed up to 10 times, eliminating the bottleneck of cascading bandwidth. They support desktop installation and wall-mounting. Once plugged, they are ready to use without configuration. Now you can stay online 24*7 without losing any data packets

Tenda's variety of network switches are designed to meet the challenges created by SDN, mobility, wireless-only workers and the Internet of Things. Make sure you purchase your next Tenda switch to meet those challenges long before.