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Why is QoS Important?

Why is QoS Important?

Traditional business networks operated as separate entities. Phone calls and teleconferences were handled by one network, while laptops, desktops, servers and other devices connected to another. They rarely crossed paths, unless a computer used a telephone line to access the internet. QoS is particularly important to guarantee the high performance of critical applications that require high bandwidth for real-time traffic.

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What is QoS in Networking?

What is QoS in Networking?

Quality of service (QoS) is the use of mechanisms or technologies to control traffic and ensure the performance of critical applications. It enables organizations to adjust their overall network traffic by prioritizing specific high-performance applications.

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Managed VS Unmanaged Switches

Managed VS Unmanaged Switches

Switches come in various sizes that allow them to have any number of ports up to 48, but the differences go deeper than that when it comes to managed switches and unmanaged switches. Here, we’re going to define the two types, look at the differences between them, and help you decide which is right for you.

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Six Questions About The Usage Of PoE (Part 2)

Six Questions About The Usage Of PoE (Part 2)

Is PoE Stable? Is the power of the PoE switch higher the better? Why is the transmission distance of PoE limited to 100 meters?

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Six Questions About The Usage Of PoE (Part 1)

Six Questions About The Usage Of PoE (Part 1)

There are many types of PoE switches, from megabit to gigabit, managed to unmanaged, and differences of port numbers, etc. You need a comprehensive and integrated consideration before the selection. Here we take the project that needs HD monitoring as an example.

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