Zyxel introduces new smart switches for SMEs

The firm Zyxel has presented the new series of smart switches GS1915, designed as a low-cost, scalable solution primarily aimed at freelancers, small businesses, and home users, enabling simplified, centralized network control.

These new smart switches are cloud-based, compact and affordable, and offer significant improvements in security and management, thanks to advanced and simplified management through the dedicated Nebula mobile application, which we can use from anywhere, and with any compatible device.

This application will allow us to add new devices to the platform, check the general description of the network status, control the network remotely and block unauthorized clients, anywhere and anytime, with a few simple touches on the screen of our device, without further ado.

Zyxel’s GS1915 smart switches are also designed to integrate easily, without the need for a dedicated IT team, and it’s compatible with the full range of Nebula-specific high-performance products. Gonzalo Echeverría, Country Manager of Zyxel Iberia, commented:

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“Fast, stable and secure connections shouldn’t be the exclusive luxury of large companies with big budgets and dedicated IT teams. The expansion of our switch portfolio and Nebula is a clear sign of our commitment with small businesses and prosumers by enabling them to scale their networks and transition to the cloud when they are ready, without the need to replace hardware. By removing these tensions and making network connectivity simpler, they can spend more time focusing on what they need and do best: running their business.”

Zyxel’s PoE model GS1915-8EP has a total of 8 PoE ports+, offers up to 60 watts and comes with LED indicators that make it easy to check the status of the device. Along with this, Zyxel has also announced the XS1930-12F, a 10G fiber switch whose launch is “imminent”. We can find more information through this link.

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