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A network switch is a multiport network bridge that transmits data at the OSI model’s data link layer using MAC addresses. We deal with all the major switch brands like cisco, juniper and dell.


Considering the present, Gigabit is the most popular interface speed. Ten Gigabit has been expanding quickly, particularly in datacenters, and as costs are coming down, it will be used in more network applications. Fixed configuration switches come with a variety of uplink and downlink ports and are available in Fast Ethernet , Gigabit Ethernet , Ten Gigabit, and even some 40/100 Gbps speeds.

Power over Ethernet ports

Switches with the PoE functionality enable simultaneous transmission of data and power over an Ethernet wire. It lessens the need for, and expense associated with, extra power supply, connections, and circuits.  Network switches in the latest generation of devices are PoE+ with high power ratings per device.

QoS Support

You may not want someone downloading a huge file or engaging in another activity that uses a lot of bandwidth to interfere with your audio connection with anyone on call. As a result, QoS support becomes important in this situation. It provides some network traffic, such real-time voice data, priority.

By tying together all the components of a small company network, such as PCs, printers, and servers, switches make it easier to share resources. A router joins several switches together with their individual networks to create a much bigger network. These networks could exist in a single site or spread across several.

Hot-swappable interfaces known as Small Form-Factor Pluggable, or SFP, devices are typically utilised in network and storage switches. A switch can connect to fibre and Ethernet cables of various types and speeds thanks to its SFP ports and SFP modules.

The number of ports present in a switch might vary, just as switch speed. You’ll require extra ports as your small business grows and as the number of network users increases. Fixed-configuration switches typically come with five, eight, ten, sixteen, twenty-four, eighteen, forty-eight, or fifty-two ports.

An Ethernet crossover cable is a type of crossover cable used to directly link computing equipment. It is most frequently used to link together two identically shaped devices, such as two switches or two computers (through their network interface controllers).