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The GS108B v2 8-Port Desktop Gigabit Ethernet Switch from ZyXEL is a compact Gigabit network expansion switch with QoS capabilities to ensure smooth transfer for bandwidth intensive applications such as VoIP and data communications. Gigabit Ethernet boosts speed up to 10 times faster than Fast Ethernet. With the non-blocking switching fabric in full-duplex mode, the maximum speeds can reach up to 2000 Mb/s per port. It connects network counterparts with the highest possible network speed and activates duplex mode automatically. This switch automatically adjusts power consumption by detecting the number of active, connected networks and the cable length. With loop detection support for stable network connections, the switch is compliant with the IEEE 802.3az Energy Efficient Ethernet standard that provides power-saving benefits without compromising performance.
This desktop switch is designed for reliable high-performance networks with speeds 10 times faster than Fast Ethernet connections. With the non-blocking switching fabric in full-duplex mode, the maximum speed it can reach up to is 2000 Mb/s per port, while the store-and-forward service brings low latency and error-free packet delivering.
Easy to Connect Multiple Devices
This desktop switch with plug-and-play capability and the Nway auto-negotiation function connects network components with the highest possible network speed and activates duplex mode automatically. You can easily connect networked devices such as PCs, network storages, and print servers to the network without any manual configuration.
IEEE 802.3az Energy Efficient Ethernet Standard
The switch is compliant with IEEE 802.3az Energy Efficient Ethernet standard that provides power-saving benefits without compromising performance. It automatically reduces power usage when it detects any shut down network device or inactive link. The power consumption gets adjusted according to the number of active network devices. It can also detect the length of connected Ethernet cables and adjusts power usage accordingly. The shorter the Ethernet cable, the less power it consumes.