A switch for datacenters: Quanta LB4M

You don’t always have to invest thousands of euros to build an enterprise-level networking: here’s our test of the Quanta LB4M switch

Quanta is a worldwide leader company in the development of ODM (Original Design Manufacturer) hardware products, that is, designed and manufactured for third parties. Among the brands that enjoy Quanta’s products we signal HP, IBM and Dell. The Cloud Technology department of the Taiwanese company instead directly sells a variety of datacenter level solutions that spans from networking devices to servers.

This month we tested a switch particularly renowned on forums and blogs suitable for the creation of networks and enterprise infrastructure even when the budget is particularly tight. 
LB4M is, indeed, very interesting for those who want to experiment high-end features without spending thousands of euros.

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Switches according to Ubiquiti

 We tried the EdgeSwitch Lite, one of the new networking products released by the american company, renowned for its Wi-Fi systems: here we show pros and cons

Ubiquiti is an American manufacturer of newtorking devices that owns its reputation essentially to two projects: the Unifi system for the creation of architactural Wi-Fi networks and AirMax and AirFiber, the systems of antennas that permit to create wireless connections on distances longer than tens of kms.

In the least few years Ubiquiti has further expanded its product line by presenting solutions dedicated to the networking market: the EdgeRouter and the EdgeSwitches. The products of those two lines, as Ubiquiti’s tradition implies, are characterized by respectable and interesting technical specifics and extremely competitive prices. The operation software of the whole line is frequently updated and brags a particularly intuitive and accurate interface.

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