Cisco Catalyst 2960 network switches provide customers with an easy-to-use borderless network, which enables them to have an open architecture so that anyone with any device can be provided with a secure, dependable network connection no matter their location. As enterprise –class switches, Catalyst 2960 switches offer an extensive array of features to meet the needs of medium-sized business networks as well as midmarket and branch office networks. Some of these many features include support for data, wireless and voice communications, a choice of model configurations, network monitoring capabilities, a limited lifetime hardware warranty and integrated security such as limited network access and protected network traffic. These features and more combine to endow Catalyst 2960 switches with built-in advantages including intelligence, dependability, high availability, enhanced security, ease of configuration and peace of mind, making them the perfect choice for many enterprise environments.
Offering a lower Total Cost of Ownership (TCO), Cisco Catalyst 2960G switches work well for applications including IP telephony as well as wireless and video communication. These particular Cisco switches, including part numbers such as WS-C2960G-48TC-L and more, are designed with many advantages features, including up to 24 or even 48 ports of Gigabit Ethernet (GbE) desktop connectivity, with a 2960G GbE version, as well as Power over Ethernet (PoE) options. Catalyst 2960 switches also include Cisco FlexStack technology for easy operation in combination with Cisco Catalyst Smart Operations, as well as Cisco Auto Smart ports for automated configuration determined by the type of device, and Cisco Smart installation for quick availability. One major advantage of the Cisco Catalyst 2960 is that it offers investment protection to cover your company’s future growth as well as the development of new technologies, with the ability to pay as you go for functions and services and an improved Limited Lifetime Warranty, as well as improvements to Cisco’s EnergyWise technology, which reduces power consumption and cuts overall IT infrastructure expenses.