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DES-1024 Smart Switch
Industry type:Electronics and communication
Product model number:DES-1024/1024F
D-Link Corporation
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Advanced trunking function: Up to 4 ports can be combined into 1 high-bandwidth, full-duplex 800Mbps switch-to-switch or switch-to-server connection in order to effectively solve the total bandwidth bottleneck problem.
Redundant power system:Prevents sudden network shutdown and increases network stability and efficiency.
Plug-and-Play with Easy Configuration: Simple terminal interface allows users to set up configurations such as Port Trunking, VLAN, Flow Control, Security/Static, and Aging Time via a built-in console port in a terminal.
24-port auto-sensing 10/100Mbps switch with choice of 2 100BASE-FX fiber ports.


About D-Link Corporation

Founded in 1986, D-Link is a global leader in advanced networking, broadband, digital, voice and data communication solutions. We continually meet the needs of the digital home, small office, small-to-medium sized businesses, and enterprise environments.


In 1986, D Link founder Ken Kao and six colleagues set out on an entrepreneurial venture that would forever change the computer networking industry. D Link was founded under the name Datex Systems. The name D Link takes the leading D from Datex, combining it with the concept of a “link” connecting people. In fact, D Link’s Chinese name roughly translates as “friends networking together.” This concept continues to shape D Link’s brand today. Though founded as a small venture, D Link has since swelled into an international networking giant with over 2,800 employees worldwide. D Link has emerged as a trusted brand with a worldwide reputation for robust and affordable networking solutions, and has renewed its commitment to developing “green” technologies and IPv6 ready hardware which will prepare its customers for an alluring new era of ultimate connectivity.

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