Aquantia network chips are increasingly being distributed as an expensive home or low-cost business solution for 10-Gigabit networks. We compared the company's youngest chip with Intel's flagship network card when working with file operations, and the results were amazing.
10-Gigabit networks are becoming more accessible and in demand every day, and today this technology is of interest to everyone, except for large data centers, where it has been used for more than 10 years. In this article, we will look at both types of 10-Gigabit interfaces: optics and copper, and show you the advantages and disadvantages of both types of connectivity.
Today we will look at two ZyXEL solutions for fully wireless connectivity: the ZyXEL LTE7460-M608 LTE router with mobile Internet speeds of up to 300 Mbit / s and the wac6553d-E Wi-Fi access point with 6 antenna sockets for 3 spatial streams. Both devices are designed for outdoor installation, including on the mast, they are not afraid of water or snow, and are positioned as a solution for suburban offices, or for outdoor events.
10-Gigabit networks are becoming more common even in the simplest IT projects, where there is a desire to save every ruble. Intel network cards are used more often than any other, but unfortunately, in China they have learned to fake them. It is easy to distinguish the original from a fake, and this is known to both customers and contractors. We will tell you how not to buy a fake network card, where fakes of such equipment come from, what you need to pay attention to when buying, and what you don't.
ZyXel, a major manufacturer of network equipment for home and small businesses, today offers a range of solutions for Wi-Fi networks of the 802.11 ac standard. This is a series of compact access points, gigabit switches with PoE ports for powering these devices, PoE injectors and nebula cloud management technology, which makes it easier to monitor and configure the entire network infrastructure, even distributed across different cities.
Today we will look at a 10-port second-level Gigabit SNMP switch designed for the SMB segment. In fact, behind the words "small business segment", there is a functionality that a few years ago was found only in the most top-end enterprise-class switches. Here you can configure ports, traffic shaping, and advanced information for each packet, and authorization via vlan and RADIUS, and all this at the price of a good home Internet router.