Displaying items by tag: Switch

D-Link has launched its new DMS-106XT 6-port network gaming and media switch. The switch has already received a Good Design Award for 2021 and includes five 2.5G Ethernet ports and a 10G Ethernet port, all for uninterrupted streaming, gaming, and storage flexibility.

Published in Home Tech

Aruba, a division of HPE, is bringing networking fabric as a platform to the data centre near you with the world’s first distributed services switch. What this means is big savings, greater agility, superior networking, and more.

Published in Networking

The global service provider router and switch market saw a low single-digit revenue decrease in 2Q 2021 attributed to market contraction, which was a result of revenue reduction in China that offset growth in all other regions, according to market research firm Dell’Oro Group’s Service Provider Router and Switch report.

Published in Business Telecoms

Modernisation from bricks and mortar to digital-first services and transactions enables Coates Hire to lower costs, expand its customer base and deliver ROI

COMPANY NEWS: Switch, a Sydney-headquartered, multi-award-winning Platinum Sitecore Implementation Partner, has announced that its partnership with Coates Hire, Australia’s leading equipment hire and solutions company, has won one of five 2020 Sitecore Ultimate Experience Awards globally for transforming Coates Hire’s digital customer experience.

Tenda’s brand new desktop switch TEF1109P-8-102W brings nine ports, eight with Power over Ethernet (PoE), to connect security cameras, VoIP handsets and more as easily as you plug in a game console.

Tenda’s brand new desktop switch TEF1109P-8-102W brings nine ports, eight with Power over Ethernet, to connect security cameras, VoIP handsets and more as easily as you plug in a game console.

Published in Reviews

Tenda’s newest desktop PoE switch TEF1105P-4-63W brings four Power over Ethernet (PoE) ports to connect your cameras and VoIP handsets as easily as your desktop PC.

Tenda’s newest desktop PoE switch TEF1105P-4-63W brings four Power over Ethernet (PoE) ports to connect your cameras and VoIP handsets as easily as your desktop PC.

Published in Reviews
Wednesday, 15 November 2017 11:07

Ruckus expands ICX switch range

Brocade subsidiary Ruckus has announced its ICX 7650 switch family.

Published in Networking

Promising a “comprehensive L2+/L3 switching solution for business networks of all sizes”, D-Link’s DGS-3630 series has arrived with “advanced software features and a lifetime warranty".

Published in Networking

A survey of private cloud deployments has led the open source cloud provider Nextcloud to issue a security scanner in order that users can find out the state of their security and update as needed.

Published in Cloud

Networking solutions company Brocade has announced the industry’s first purpose built storage connectivity portfolio to redefine networking for IP storage in data centres and disaster recovery.

Published in Networking

Acer has showcased its new 2015 product range at its ‘next@Acer’ conference in New York, but its keynote presentation trails Apple’s efforts badly.

Published in Home Tech

A new switch and access point from Ruckus is designed to fit a standard wall junction box, providing a convenient and discreet arrangement for hotel rooms, student residences and apartments. And according to the company, it delivers superior performance.

Published in Networking
Monday, 02 February 2015 11:13

Jones switches to Switch

Digital agency Switch has appointed Nick Jones as business development manager.

Published in People Moves

The Huawei CloudEngine 12800 series core switches offer a switching capacity of up to 48Tbps, three times that currently available, company officials claimed.

Published in Networking
Tuesday, 22 November 2011 23:29

Computer-based share traders have a new best friend

When it comes to computer-driven share trading, every nanosecond counts, which is why traders focus on the stock exchanges with the fastest internal systems and buy the quickest network switches they can find.  Arista Networks has entered this fray with what they claim to be the lowest latency network switch in the market.

Published in Networking

VoIPkb is offering the first "official" FreeSWITCH training in Sydney, Australia.The FreeSWITCH Training Bootcamp is a full 3-day intensive training providing in-depth coverage of FreeSWITCH installation, configuration, maintenance and programming. You will learn, step by step, how to configure, manage and program the FreeSWITCH telephony soft switch in great detail. Tips and tricks in debugging and optimizing FreeSWITCH are also taught.January 17th - 19th, 2011Sydney, Australiawww.voipkb.comLocation: Equinix is located in Unit B, 639 Gardeners Road Mascot, Sydney, NSW 2020. There is abundant parking available at the facility. Equinix is 2.2 km from the airport and 6.2 km from Sydney CBDThese courses are official FreeSWITCH training courses. This course will be taught by Darren Schreiber, one of the co-authors of the new FreeSWITCH book. Who should attend: * VoIP providers seeking 'Open Source' platforms to enhance their businesses * Anyone seeking proficiency in FreeSWITCH * Network Consultants and VARs who need a jump start in the technology * Developers who want to use FreeSWITCH to create new telephony applications and appliancesTopics that will be covered in this course: * Install FreeSWITCH on a Linux Machine * Understanding configuration files and the default configuration * Call authentication and routing basics * Integration modules (mod_skypiax, mod_dingaling for Skype/GTalk/XMPP integration) * Understanding presence * Load balancing and high availability * FreeSWITCH Internals * How to debug and troubleshoot FreeSWITCH * Building Custom C Modules * Advanced ModulesThis first FreeSWITCH training course in Australia will be a mixture of lectures and hands-on lab exercises. By the end of the third day students will have completed a number of labs that allow for the successful installation and configuration of a working soft switch that will process calls from within the classroom and from outside numbers and make various routing decisions. If time allows and interest is present, students will also compile a basic custom C module that introduces new dialplan and API commands into the FreeSWITCH system.

Sunday, 24 October 2010 15:11

iPad orientation lock to be forever mute

Fans of the iPad's physical orientation lock switch will soon have to switch in software, with Steve Jobs himself apparently confirming no changeable settings option for the switch to work the way you want it to.

Published in Home Tech
Tuesday, 28 September 2010 13:07

HP finishes Cisco cleansing six months early

HP has completed a project aimed at replacing Cisco equipment in its data centres well ahead of schedule.

Published in Strategy
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