VERSITRON’S Pick-A-Port Modular Switch utilizes a variety of modules to allow for changing network requirements such as implementing wireless connectivity, firewalls, network management and analysis etc. Our modular switch allows for efficient expansion of your Ethernet and Fiber networks. Our most versatile product, the pick-a-port reduces your hardware needs by mixing and matching 10/100/1000 copper, 100Base fiber, 1000Base SFP fiber interfaces all within the same switch chassis. This product supports both multimode and singlemode fiber. Nine different modules are available, thereby providing the flexibility and versatility required of any network application.
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Features of the Pick-a-Port Modular Switch
Scalability: Our modular switch offer immense scalability and flexibility. Because of the modular design, you can easily select your media and significantly reduce your hardware needs. It supports modules for:
1000base SFP Fiber
Do you need a full fiber optic modular network switch? SG71090Aoffers 8, 16, and 24 port all-fiber solutions.
Highly Customizable: You can mix and match various combinations of copper and fiber within the same chassis. For your added convenience, this product is also rack mountable.
Advanced Troubleshooting and Diagnosis: Our modular network switch enables you to monitor the performance of your network and identify potential trouble BEFORE it happens.
Efficient Speed Setting:You can set the speeds for your ports as well as operational parameters. In addition to this, you can increase 10base inputs to 100base and 1000base over fiber for improved overall link speed.
Optimized Network Performance: The Pick-a Port modular switch helps you prevent undesirable loops, collisions, and slowdowns. This means optimum network performance will never be compromised.
Ensures Continuity and Consistency: Do you want to re-structure your office space? The VLAN feature on the "Pick a Port" will allow you to re-locate networking devices and still maintain continuity within the network itself.