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A Switch for All Seasons!
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A Tough Switch that is Hard to Beat!
Not all network hardware have the luxury of rackmounts and server rooms. For some, it’s all high altitudes, rough conditions, and non-stop operation. For such situations, you need those rugged devices that can take a beating. MikroTik's new FiberBox Plus can do just that! Enjoy 10 Gigabit outdoor networking for an affordable price!
Practically Efficient All Around
An outdoor switch designed for connecting devices on masts, poles or towers such as the mANTBox 52 or the LHG XL 52, the FiberBox Plus is a perfect product for crowded areas with different, divided spaces such as a campsite, which can include guest houses, dining areas, and other spaces such as the owner’s cabin.
With four 10G SFP+ ports that run traffic on an 800 MHz ARM CPU and 256 MB of RAM, this switch is able to connect all those locations. While one fiber can be allocated to the base station to provide Wi-Fi access for guests, two other ports can be used for the food court and the owner’s log.
Moreover, in addition to a 2-pin terminal and a standard DC jack, the dual-boot (RouterOS & SwitchOS) FiberBox Plus has PoE-in on its single Gigabit Ethernet port, giving you three different powering options that promise maximum uptime and zero complaints about network disconnections from the clients.
And just in case you have any reservations weather-wise, note that this switch sports a solid water resistance rating of IP66, meaning that it can withstand powerful water jets from any direction. Apart from messy weather conditions, unwanted jets of water from mishaps in various setup locations, e.g., basements, elevator shafts, seaport facilities, and the like.
Neat Upgrade for FiberBox Setups
FiberBox Plus neatly fills a gap between some previous MikroTik hardware. While it is indeed an upgrade compared to preceding FiberBox versions, it can simultaneously be regarded as a budget version of the netFiber 9. If you don’t need the extra Gigabit SFP ports on netFiber 9, you can save a great deal by opting for the FiberBox Plus.
If your network is in need of a powerful switch in harsh weather or less suitable conditions and you’re looking for a reliable option that can bring you solid 10G connectivity, look no further. Back-order today and receive your FiberBox Plus to reinforce your services.
No downtime, no weak signals, and certainly no worries from the rain. Make sure you give us a nod for further info!
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In today's fast-paced digital world, the demand for higher bandwidth and faster transmission speeds is ever-increasing. As enterprises and data centers shift towards 100G Ethernet data transmission, MikroTik stands at the forefront with its latest offering: the CRS504-4XQ-IN Switch.
The CRS504-4XQ-IN is not just another switch in the market. It's your compact, energy-efficient gateway to the world of 100 Gigabit networking. Designed as the next logical step for those looking to upgrade from 10 or 40 Gigabit networks, this switch boasts multiple powering options and dual hot-swap power supplies.
In the rapidly evolving world of networking, the demand for faster data transfer rates is relentless. As more PCs and client devices ship daily with 2.5G ports, the market for multi-gigabit speeds is expanding at an unprecedented rate.
Until recently, the leap from 1G to 10G was a costly endeavor for many. However, the landscape is shifting, and MikroTik's CRS310-8G+2S+IN is at the forefront of this change.