D-Link 5-Port DGS-1005AGigabit Unmanaged Desktop Switch creates an extremely fast network for your office, as Gigabit Ethernet ports provide high-speed wired connections to up to five computers or other devices.
The DGS-1005A also features QoS, which prioritizes network traffic so that time-sensitive data is delivered efficiently, even during high-traffic bursts.
This unmanaged 5-port gigabit desktop switch helps you automatically save power in several ways. It automatically turns off ports without link.
This allows the switch to save a great deal of power by reducing power usage to unused outlets or outlets connected to computers that have been turned off.
A friend of the environment
Designed with the environment in mind, the 5 Port Gigabit Unmanaged Desktop Switch is Energy Star Level V compliant, as well as with stringent CEC and MEPS regulations requiring the use of energy efficient power inverters.
The switch is also designed to follow RoHS standards to reduce the use of hazardous materials, and uses recyclable packaging that helps reduce waste, and complies with WEEE directive.
The D-Link DGS-1005A Gigabit Switch features an uninterrupted switching chassis that filters and redirects packets at maximum wired speed for maximum throughput.
The 8000 MAC Address Table provides scalability for even the largest networks. Learning and aging processing, 802.3x flow control for full duplex mode, back pressure flow control for one-way mode relieves traffic congestion
D-Link Corporation changed its name from Datex Systems Inc.
In 1994, when it became a public company and when it became the first network company on the Taiwan Stock Exchange.
It is now publicly traded on the TSEC and NSE stock exchanges. In 1988, Datex Systems Inc.
LANSmart’s first peer-to-peer network operating system in the industry, is able to work concurrently with early networking systems such as NetWare and Novell’s TCP / IP which most small network operating systems cannot do at the time. In 2013, D-Link released its master draft of the dual-band 802.11ac AC1750 wireless router (DIR-868L) which had the fastest wireless transfer rate ever tested by SmallNetBuilder as of May 2013. In April 2019, D-Link was named “Gartner Peer Insights ‘Customers’ Choice of Infrastructure for Wired and Wireless LAN Access”.
Specification: D-Link DGS-1005A, Switch 5 Port Gigabit Desktop