Ethernet switch options and features for connected devices

October 17, 2014 OpenSystems Media

Simple yet functional unmanaged Ethernet switches are still useful for non-complex applications like device-to-device communication, but managed Ethernet switches provide key features – including quality of service, VLANs, spanning trees, and port mirroring – that are necessary for today’s complex and sensitive applications like VoIP. Ronen Isaac, General Manager for MilSource, explores how these features play into modern warfare applications. Read more at Military Embedded Systems.

Monique DeVoe, Managing Editor
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