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D-Link unveils new Multi-Gigabit Desktop Switches to future-proof business and home networks

The high-performance network switches feature 2.5G multi-Gigabit connectivity to accelerate small & medium-sized businesses (SMB), enterprises, and home networks

(DMS-105 and DMS-108 5/8-Port 2.5G Multi-Gigabit Desktop Switches)

D-Link, a global leader in networking and connectivity technologies, has announced two new additions to its portfolio of multi-Gigabit switches: the DMS-105 and DMS-108 5/8-Port 2.5G Multi-Gigabit Desktop Switches. The latest products provide a quick, easy and affordable way to upgrade home and business networks to eliminate bottlenecks and maximise performance and throughput. 

With five or eight 2.5G multi-Gigabit ports, the switches provide high-speed, reliable wired connections to network-attached storage (NAS) devices, Wi-Fi 6 router/access points, gaming computers, and workstations. Ideal for demanding business or home network setups, users can access network resources and transfer large multimedia files at lightning speeds.

The DMS-105 and DMS-108 offer Quality of Service (QoS) support, allowing different types of applications to be prioritised, depending on their importance. IGMP Snooping support optimises multicast data streams for bandwidth-intensive applications such as IPTV, reducing unnecessary network traffic and improving performance.  

The 2.5G Multi-Gigabit Desktop Switches feature low power consumption and a fanless design to enhance reliability and lower electricity costs while allowing noise-free operation. Their compact and discreet metal housing enables the switches to be easily installed wherever needed.

“D-Link recognises the increasing demands of the modern workplace and busy home, which require faster and reliable connectivity,” said Claude Chou, President of D-Link Europe. “With their Multi-Gigabit connectivity and plug-and-play design, the DMS-105 and DMS-108 provide exceptional speed and performance to support the needs of any home or business network.”

Lisa Baker is Group Editor for the Need to See IT Publishing Group. Lisa writes about HR, Technology, Health, the Environment and Business.
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