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SGE Series Managed Switches

Cisco SGE Series Managed Switches

Data redundancy is the most important element of your network. The SGE switches, part of Cisco Small Business Stackable Managed Switches, plays a central role in keeping your data safe. It supports a wide assortment of features, including dual firmware images and redundant stacking to maximize your systems availability.

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Cisco Small Business Managed Switches support:
  • Flexibility: A variety of port and speed combinations gives you the freedom to match the best product to your price and performance needs. No matter their size, all Cisco managed switches offer outstanding functionality.
  • Security: Advanced security measures keep your network and data safe by granting access to privileged users only.
  • Reliability: Managed switches offer a number of redundancy and quality features to help maximize your network's uptime. Your business can keep moving forward without the hindrances of untimely network disasters or spotty connection issues.
  • Expandability: Cisco Small Business Managed Switches support a variety of quality and power protocols that you may not need at first. As your business grows and you're ready for more advanced network deployments, however, these features will be able to handle them.

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