WAN Bottlenecks Easily Unclogged
Your Wide Area Network or WAN may be the bottleneck in your network
when you have significant voice or data transfer between facilities.
With lower line prices available, unclogging the WAN can cost
less than you think and can unleash higher business productivity.
Metro and Carrier Ethernet services from 10 Mbps to 1 Gbps give
you the WAN bandwidth you need.
How is PoE used for IP Phones?
PoE or Power over Ethernet is a standard that defines a way to
transmit electric power to network devices as well as information
packets. When PoE equipment is installed in equipment lockers,
an IP telephone gets its power from the network and does not need
a separate AC power supply.
Is Ethernet a Full or Half
The original Ethernet implementation was based on avoiding collisions
on packets all sharing the same network line. Small networks using
hubs are half-duplex. Switched Ethernet networks are full duplex
because the layer 2 switches prevent packet collisions.
What is PoE?
PoE means power over the Ethernet. It is a way to provide a DC
power supply over network lines to energize security cameras,
VoIP telephones, badge readers, wireless access points and other
devices that might not have an AC outlet nearby.
What is Mid-Band Ethernet?
Mid-Band Ethernet is a WAN or Wide Area Network technology that
delivers 2 to 45 Mbps over existing copper pair wiring. This bandwidth
range falls neatly in between T1 lines at 1.5 Mbps and DS3 service,
usually provided over fiber optic carriers, at 45 Mbps. As a native
Ethernet delivery system, mid-band Ethernet offers an easy way
to extend the corporate network beyond the premises.