The industrial sector requires wireless networks that can operate in continually changing environments where line of sight between infrastructure and mobile assets are not guaranteed.
Zero Touch Configuration and network access policies are important concepts that both address the challenges of managing next generation enterprise networks and provide measurable benefits to network administrators.
With WiFi having emerged as the de facto network access mechanism, the ability to easily and cost-effectively administer a unified wired and wireless network edge is now a requirement.
Netgear apps such as Insight, Nighthawk, Armor and Circle with Disney provide customers with hardware that simplifies their lives and increases convenience and security.
Short description: NETGEAR’s powerful new switches offer high PoE power budgets on an unmanaged Gigabit Ethernet switch at 190W and 380W. The NETGEAR GS324P 24-port Gigabit Ethernet unmanaged PoE+ switch provides 190W PoE budget across, and 16 ports PoE+ with an additional 8 non-PoE ports, while the GS324PP 24-port Gigabit Ethernet unmanaged high-power PoE+ switch has a 380W PoE power budget across all 24 ports to connect to the user’s existing core network.
The global (Power over Ethernet) PoE market is expected to offer significant growth over the coming years as widespread adoption of IP communication, WiFi connectivity, and increasing demand for network security cameras are projected to drive the industry demand.
Customers who are dealing with the digital transformation of their enterprise are often perplexed by the myriad paths available to deliver better business outcomes. Questions around which company is perceived to be leading the networking industry are frequent, says Andre Kannemeyer, chief technology officer of Duxbury Networking.