DIGISOL Systems Ltd., the leading developer of IT networking solutions, has released a Smart Switch- DG-GS1528HP/C with 6KV surge protection to meet the increasing networking needs of smart cities. The newly released switch is a great option for use in Smart homes, Smart offices, Smart hotels, Smart cities, outdoor environments in real-time, and Smart security systems.
High-performance, low-port-density, and straightforward installation are hallmarks of today’s network infrastructure, and the DG-GS1528HP/C Managed switch was developed to meet these demands. Features include high-speed connections to servers and backbones through two Gigabit SFP connectors and twenty-four 10/100/1000Base-TX ports. It’s also worth noting that the device is compatible with L3 protocols, such as Static routing.
“Today, majority of business networks use switches to connect workstations, printers, IP cameras, and phones in Smart buildings, Business parks, or campuses,” said the Head of Systems Engineering-Active Products, Samir Kamat of Digisol Systems, in a statement on the launch. Given the importance of switches as hubs, you should pick one that won’t disrupt your network no matter how severe the elements get. The DG-GS1528HP/C is a high-tech switch that can withstand surges of up to 6KV. The switch effectively prevents damage and maintains connectivity through a rainstorm.
- Designed for great efficiency:
With 56 Gbps of throughput, the DG-GS1528HP/C is an affordable option for a controlled switch. As a result, the responsiveness of apps and the speed of file transfers are both greatly improved by wire-speed switching performance. The device also features high-speed uplinks to servers or backbones through four Gigabit SFP connectors.
- Constant Accessibility
The IEEE 802.1w Rapid Spanning Tree Protocol ensures that the network is devoid of loops and has redundant links to the core network that converge quickly in the event of a link failure, making the network more stable and reliable as a whole. By automatically combining many physical links into a single logical trunk and distributing traffic across it, the IEEE802.3ad Link Aggregation Control Protocol (LACP) improves throughput and makes uplink connections more resilient to failure.
802.1p prioritizes traffic to ensure that real-time applications, such as speech and video, have the best possible experience.
- Enhancing security features
Port Security controls can use switch ports relying on their Media Access Control (MAC) addresses. Because of this, MAC flooding attacks can be prevented by restricting the number of devices that can connect to a single switch port.
- User-friendly interface
The intuitive design of the DG-GS1528HP/C switch makes data management a breeze. Additionally, it permits administration and regulation from remote network nodes.