​Luxul Introduces Three New Managed L2/L3 Gigabit Switches

IP networking solutions developer Luxul introduces new switches designed for commercial networks.

The 48 PoE+ SW-510-48P-F; 24 PoE+ SW-610-24P-R; and 48 PoE+ SW-610-48P-F offer high performance with fast switching capacities of 104Gbps, 128Gbps, and 176Gbps, respectively.

All three rack-mountable switches combine QoS and VLAN support with a simple-to-use, unified management interface for administering up to 16 switches. Variable-speed fans deliver quiet operation, while integrated, free-of-charge Luxul ProWatch cloud management supports remote monitoring and management.

“With their SFP and ultra-fast SFP+ ports — in addition to ample PoE budgets — our latest Gigabit switches allow integrators to tackle the largest of managed networks, such as AV-over-IP systems, with ease,” said Mike Grubb, vp of marketing at Legrand | AV – Residential CI. “With powerful management tools and blazing-fast switching and uplink speeds, the units make it simple for integrators to meet their customers’ high expectations for system performance.”

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