New L3 Access Switch helping SMBs with bandwidth demands

Zyxel Networks, experts in delivering secure and cloud-powered networking solutions, has unveiled its new XGS2220 Layer 3 Access Switch series to help SMBs keep up with the growing demands and expectations placed on their networks.

Growing bandwidth requirements and capabilities of the latest devices, including WiFi 6/6E wireless APs, laptops, servers, and workstations, strain today’s networks. The XGS2220 series offers SMBs, hotels, schools, system integrators, MSPs, and small service providers a versatile, feature-rich switch to help keep up and manage growing demands.

Kell Lin, Senior Associate Vice President of Zyxel Networking SBU said, “the new XGS2220 series provides our customers with a robust solution to the growing bandwidth demands of modern devices. Our new switch series has been designed to handle the pressure. It also provides several new features and management options, to make operation as easy as possible for the user.”

Zyxel’s switch is suitable for meeting the professional demands of high-quality conferencing or video streaming the XGS2220 series includes six different models, with 24 and 48-gigabit ports offering standard network connections, three PoE models to address power-hungry installations, and a fibre-only model for fibre-aggregation that allow for gigabit upgrades to be carried out for a wide range of devices across a variety of network infrastructures.

Businesses can manage the XGS2220 series switches in a style that suits them. Users can adapt their switches when needed in standalone mode or inNebula cloud-managed mode.

The XGS2220 series comes with a one-year Nebula Pro license which provides advanced IGMP technology, network analytics alerts, and more, that allow resellers, MSPs, and network admins to experience the simplicity, scalability, and flexibility of Zyxel’s Nebula networking solution.

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