Qnap has expanded its product line with two new switches for home users and SMEs. The QSW-1208-8C and QSW-804-4C models can be used as a desktop or rackmount solution. Both devices have fiber optic and copper ports.
Network equipment maker Qnap has unveiled two new switches. The devices are called QSW-1208-8C and QSW-804-4C. They are aimed at home users and SMEs with bandwidth-intensive loads, the company announces.
According to the announcement, both switches support 10 Gigabit Ethernet. In addition, both are equipped with a mix of fiber optic and copper ports. The larger model, QSW-1208-8C, has twelve ports, including four SFP+ fiber ports and eight SFP+ fiber optic / RJ45 copper combo ports, as Qnap writes. The QSW-804-4C-Switch has eight ports, half SFP+ fiber ports, and one 10G SFP+ fiber/ 10G RJ45 SFP+ copper combo.
Both devices are backward compatible. In addition, Qnap promotes low energy consumption and virtually noiseless work. According to the manufacturer, both switches are available in Switzerland. For the model, QSW-1208-8C Qnap gives a price recommendation of 538 francs and for the QSW-804-4C-Switch 442 francs, both without VAT. The devices are distributed via Cyberport and notebooksbilliger.de, as Qnap informs on request.
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