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Managed PoE Switches

Managed PoE+ Switches

Nowadays, managed PoE+ switches are getting more and more popular among network users. Many people are likely to choose a managed PoE+ switch with a PoE function rather than an unmanaged one. Normally, a Smart Managed PoE+ Switch is always better than an unmanaged one since it can provide all the features of an unmanaged PoE+ switch. Compared with an unmanaged PoE+ switch, a managed PoE+ switch has the advantages such as administrative controls, network monitoring, limited communication for unauthorized devices, etc.

A managed PoE+ switch with PoE not only includes all the functions that an unmanaged switch has, but also enables you to transfer data and power at the same time over one Cat5e or Cat6 Ethernet cable.

Benifits Of Managed PoE+ Switches :

1. Minimizing Network Downtime

A major advantage of our Managed Gigabit PoE+ Switches is the failover redundancy they add to your network, helping to achieve less network downtime. In addition, features like the Link Aggregation Control Protocol (LACP) enable the user to add more bandwidth for high-flow-rate applications without changing the cable type on the switch. These features of our Smart Managed PoE+ Switches, operating alone or in combination, can create a low-downtime, low-latency network.

2. Low Operational Expenses

Another area in which our Managed PoE+ Switches can assist in lowering IT costs is operational expenses. This can be accomplished because our Managed Gigabit PoE+ Switches enable you to remotely access and monitor your network, removing the need to keep staff onsite 24/7 at remote locations just to monitor network health.

3. Increased Security

Finally, our Managed PoE+ Switches can help increase your network security. In addition, our Managed PoE+ Switches let you view the MAC address table to see what devices and users have accessed your device. This way, you can take steps to prevent unauthorized access.