Fixed Smart Web Managed Ethernet Switch

HP 1910 Switch Series

HP 1910 Switch Series

HP 1910 series devices are smart-managed, voice-ready fixed configuration Gigabit Layer 2+ switches designed for small and midsized businesses looking for an easy-to-manage yet advanced networking solution. The series has five models: the HP 1910-16G, 1910-24G, 1910-48G, 1910-24G-PoE (170 W), and 1910-24G-PoE (365 W) Switch. Each 1910 switch has 10/100/1000 ports and an

HP 1905 Switch Series

HP 1905 series devices are smart-managed fixed configuration Fast Ethernet and Gigabit Layer 2 switches designed for small and medium-sized businesses looking for an easily managed, low-cost networking solution. Series models include rack-mountable 24-, 48-, and 24-port

HP 1900-8G Switch

HP 1900 Switch Series

The HP 1900-8G Switch delivers entry-level Layer 2 Gigabit switching solutions in a compact and quiet desktop enclosure that is customized and priced for small and midsized organizations. Without sacrificing the functionality normally required on managed networks, this managed switch offers tremendous value to small and medium businesses that need a level of control over their network not offered by unmanaged switching products

HP 1810 Switch Series

The HP 1810 Switch Series provides reliable, plug-and-play Gigabit network connectivity. As the follow-on to the popular HP Switch 1800 Series, the HP 1810 Switch Series provides additional network security capabilities, enhancements to ease of use, improved energy efficiency, and expanded deployment flexibility. The series consists of 8- and 24-port

HP 1700 Switch Series

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The HP 1700 Switch Series consists of two 10/100 fanless, Web-managed switches that are ideal for open offices that require silent operation or businesses making the transition from unmanaged to managed networks. The HP 1700-24 Switch is a 24-port switch with 22 10/10

HP IntelliJack Gigabit Switch Series

HP IntelliJack Gigabit switches are compact 10/100/1000 switches that can be installed in a standard wall outlet box, quickly converting an existing single-port LAN wall outlet into four switched Gigabit Ethernet ports. These “network jacks” provide a simple solution for adding