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Trendnet Intros Three New Layer 2 Managed Switches

Discussion in 'Switches, NICs and cabling' started by Julio Urquidi, Aug 12, 2016.

  1. Julio Urquidi

    Julio Urquidi News Editor

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    Trendnet announced three new SMB Layer 2 managed switches; two 48-port switches and one 24-port switch. Shared features across three models include CLI, VLAN support, access control, QoS, multicast, fiber support, and a console port.

    The new models include:
    • The TL2-G448 will have 48 Gigabit ports, plus four shared SFP slots.
    • The TL2-PG484 will have 24 Gigabit PoE+ ports, 24 Gigabit ports, plus four shared SFP slots and a power budget of 370 watts
    • The TL2-PG284 will have 4 Gigabit PoE+ ports, 20 Gigabit ports, plus four dedicated SFP slots and a power budget of 185 watts.
    The TL2-G448 and TL2-PG484 are available now, MSRP at $629.99 and $899.99, respectively. The TL2-PG284 will be out in September with a MSRP of $569.99
     
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  2. System Error Message

    System Error Message Part of the Furniture

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    The prices are quite high if compared to ubiquiti switches that has been around for a while. Considering this isnt new technology, are the switch chips produced by trendnet or someone else?
     
  3. sfx2000

    sfx2000 Part of the Furniture

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    Prices are high - all around - but devices like this are interesting for small/medium enterprises...

    Not many people need a 48-port managed switch....