24 Port POE+ Netgear ProSAFE S3300 Smart Managed Switch - 3300-28X-PoE+
The ProSAFE® S3300 Series are a new generation of Gigabit Stackable Smart Managed Switches which have four (4) 10G ports, which can be used for uplinks and/or stacking between other S3300 switches. Dependable switched LAN network design mandates an architecture that can both scale as organization networks grow-and be flexible enough to provide support for faster server and storage connections needs. As SMBs produce and consume more data, Gigabit to the desktop increasingly needs to be underpinned with 10GbE connectivity to the core to ensure a consistent, seamless user experience. This new generation of switches provides SMB customers with the most cost-effective 10G connections between the access and aggregation layer of the network. Features 2 Dedicated SFP+Fiber uplinks/stacking ports
Dedicated SFP+ ports provides fiber uplinks without sacrificing any downlink Gigabit port. Dedicated SFP+ ports provide not only redundant uplinks, but can also build dual redundancy by a trunked uplink with link aggregation and failover redundancy. Note that stacking requires the use of SFP+ (10G) modules only.
2 Dedicated 10GBASE-T uplink/stacking ports
Dedicated 10GBASE-T port support 10G/1G/100M speeds and can be used for redundant uplinks, or stacking at 10G speeds only.
Energy Efficient Ethernet (IEEE 802.3az)
Maximum power reduction for onging operational cost savings.
Stacking with up to 6 switches and 40G bi-directional bandwidth
Improved network reliability and resiliency. Easy management and great Solution for virtualized environments.
|Network Ports||4 x 10 Gigabit|
|PoE Ports||24 x 10/100/1000 (Gigabit) RJ-45|
|Other Ports||1 x USB 2.0/1.1|
|Mean Time Between Failures (MTBF)||147,965 hours|
|Acoustic Noise||36.8 dB|
|Max. Power Consumption||748.18 W|
|Dimensions (WxHxD)||440 x 257 x 43mm mm|
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