TRENDnet Launches EdgeSmart Series Managed Switches



/ 1 year ago

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TRENDnet announced the launch of their a product category, the EdgeSmart Series switches. EdgeSmart switches are designed with only the most commonly used managed switch features. It was made in order to reduce unnecessary switch complexity and make it easier for more novice users.

“The EdgeSmart switches add network control and management at the edge of your network,” said Evan Davis, senior manager of solutions engineering at TRENDnet. “These switches are ideally designed for simple networks found in most small and medium business, by focusing on just the primary features needed.”

The First Series Member

The new line of EdgeSmart products launches with TRENDnet’s 8-Port Gigabit EdgeSmart PoE+ Switch which has the model number TPE-TG44ES.

The switch features four Gigabit PoE+ ports as well as four standard Gigabit PoE ports. It is designed for high-speed Gigabit PoE+ applications with devices such as high-power wireless access points, advanced IP cameras, and VoIP telephony systems.

Each EdgeSmart series switch features an easy-to-use web-based management interface, and that’s what this series is all about. You can control the traffic, trouble shoot trouble, have access controls, and can monitoring activity. The EdgeSmart switches support LACP, VLAN, QoS, and IGMP snooping; bandwidth control per port; and IEEE 802.1p QoS with queue scheduling.

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The TPE-TG44ES has a total power budget of 60W for its PoE and a 16Gbps switching capacity for full-duplex operation. The compact design makes it easy to place, whether you want to wall mount it or place it somewhere on a desk. The switch isn’t just compact, it’s also fanless. That is another great feature, especially if you plan on placing the switch in an office environment.

The price of $114.99 isn’t bad either, especially when you consider that it comes with a lifetime warranty.

There’s More to Come

TRENDnet currently plans to add three additional EdgeSmart switches, including two industrial switches. A PoE+ powered switch will also be released. You can check out the individual details below:

8-Port Gigabit EdgeSmart PoE+ Switch, TPE-TG44ES

  • 4 x Gigabit PoE+ ports
  • 4 x Gigabit ports
  • 60W PoE power budget
  • 16Gbps switching capacity
  • Compact fanless design
  • Wall mountable metal housing
  • Lifetime Warranty
  • MSRP: USD $114.99
  • Availability: October 2017

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8-Port 10G EdgeSmart Switch, model TEG-7080ES

  • 8 x 10G ports
  • 5 selectable speeds (supports 100/1000/2500/5000/10000 speeds)
  • 10Gbps switching capacity
  • Compact fanless design
  • Availability: October/November 2017

10-Port Industrial Gigabit PoE+ EdgeSmart DIN-Rail Switch, TI-PG102ES

  • 8 x Gigabit PoE+ ports
  • 2 x dedicated SFP slots
  • 240W PoE budget with 48V power supply / 120W with 24V power supply
  • 20Gbps switching capacity
  • Availability: December 2017

16-Port Industrial Gigabit EdgeSmart DIN-Rail Switch, TI-G160ES

  • 16 x Gigabit ports
  • 32Gbps switching capacity
  • Availability: December 2017

5-Port PD-Powered Gigabit PoE EdgeSmart Switch, TPE-P521ES

  • 5 x Gigabit PoE ports
  • PoE+ Powered Switch
  • 1 x PoE+ PD (powered by PoE+ switch or injector)
  • 2 x PoE PSE (up to 15.4W per port)
  • 18W PoE power budget
  • 10Gbps switching capacity
  • Availability: January/February 2018
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One Response to “TRENDnet Launches EdgeSmart Series Managed Switches”
  1. mojo says:

    You need to fix the following sentence:
    “The switch features four Gigabit PoE+ ports as well as four standard PoE ports.”

    Should read:
    “The switch features four Gigabit PoE+ ports as well as four standard Gigabit ports.”

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