RJ45 Ethernet connections are one of the most common forms of cabling found in local LAN networks. Ethernet is defined by IEEE’s 802.3 standard and can be classified in different categories including Cat5 (now obsolete), CAT5e, CAT6, and CAT6a. The two most common types of Ethernet speeds are known as Fast Ethernet,
Gartner predicts that 20.8 billion things will be connected to the internet by 2020. The Internet of Things (IoT) describes the new generation of smart devices that connect to the internet and offer users the ability to remotely control and monitor their devices. Consumers typically associate the Internet of Things with sexy
DSL has come a long way since its humble ADSL beginnings. The following is the final part in The History of DSL Trilogy. If you missed the Part I discussing the history of DSL, click here. For a quick overview of the 6 xDSL technologies in use today, visit Part II of the series.
Equipment Used For DSL
There are a range of products on the market that deploy DSL services. The following
Versa Technology is proud to announce that we will be offering the VX-VEB160G4 (V2), an Ethernet Extender Kit that can achieve transmission rates of up to 300Mbps (190 Mbps DS / 110 Mbps US). The VX-VEB160 (V2) is the fastest Ethernet Extender Kit available in the market today with a near two-fold improvement in performance over the first generation (100 DS/100 US Mbps).
The second generation Ethernet
Versa Technology is proud to announce that we will now be helping businesses convert their Ethernet networks into fiber networks with our new micro-media converter series. Our micro-media converters boast a small form factor ideal for tight spaces. These units support 100FX, 100 FX SFP, or 1000 FX SFP interfaces in Fast Ethernet (FE) and Gigabit Ethernet (GigE) networking environments.
As 802.11ac Wave 2 Wireless Access Points (WAPs) are starting to hit the market and manufacturers are scrambling to fill a market need for multigigabit Ethernet.
The second iteration of the 802.11ac wi-fi standard can reach wireless speeds of up to 7Gbps in laboratory settings, an upgrade that makes Wave 1’s 1.3Gbps seem paltry.
To receive the full benefits of the upgrade, the speed boost will
When it comes to maintaining a network, businesses need to assess their network demands to determine whether they need to choose between unmanaged switches or managed switches.
Unmanaged switches are relatively inexpensive and their fixed configuration makes it easy to install the ‘plug and play’ device. That is not to say that unmanaged switches do not come with other hardware features.
Versa Technology features dependable mini-DSLAM units made to ensure that access network deployment is flawless. The VX-1000HDX and the VX-1000MDX are powerful IP DSLAM units that showcase 24 or 48 ports ideal for broadband access. The VX-1000HDX and the VX-1000MDX can pair simple with ADSL platforms that are advanced for the IP network service support.
The units were designed for deployment
The WNAP-6308 is an incredible wireless access point solution that simply attaches to an antenna. This innovative unit features the ability to lengthen wireless outdoor coverage. The offers stable performance with the IEEE 802.11n standard and 1T1R MIMO technology. With a data rate delivery up to 150Mbps, the speed is three times faster than standard
Chino, CA – Feb 27, 2014- Versa Technology, a leading last mile technology company, announced the release of two powerful mini-DSLAM units that are crafted for access network deployment. The VX-1000HDX and the VX-1000MDX are powerful units that showcase 24 or 48 ports ideal for broadband access. This allows for pairing with advanced ADSL platforms for IP network service support.