D-Link Adds Smart Switches to “Green Ethernet” Line

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Tim Higgins

"Green Ethernet" versions of D-Link’s "Web Smart" 16-Port (DGS-1216T), 24-Port (DGS-1224T) and 48-Port (DGS-1248T) switches will begin shipping in "early Q3".

The new versions will support all the functions of the current products, but with the additional benefit of fanless designs that incorporate D-Link’s power-saving technology. [related article]

D-Link also recently announced price reductions of up to 25 percent on its family of Web Smart switches.

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