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TRENDnet logoTRENDnet has announced three upcoming PoE+ switches that will ship in August.

The three new switches all support the newer 802.3at Power over Ethernet standard that provides a maximum 25.5W per PoE+-enabled port vs. 802.3af's 15.4W.

All three feature all-metal cases, non-blocking switching and GREENnet power saving.

TRENDnet PoE switches

TRENDnet PoE switches

Models and pricing (MSRP) are below. All three ship come August.

TPE-TG44g 8-Port GREENnet Gigabit PoE+ Switch    $149.99
Four Gigabit PoE+ ports; four non PoE+ Gigabit ports

TPE-TG44g features include: four gigabit PoE+ ports; four gigabit (non-PoE) ports; a 16 Gbps switching capacity; a sturdy metal desktop enclosure; and up to 75% GREENnet power savings.

TPE-TG80g 8-Port GREENnet Gigabit PoE+ Switch    $279.99
Eight gigabit PoE+ ports

TPE-T88g 16-Port GREENnet 10/100 Mbps PoE+ Switch    $279.99
Rackmount; Eight Gigabit PoE+ ports; Eight non PoE+ Gigabit ports

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