Enterasys lowers Ethernet pricing bar

Hochmuth, Phil
September 2000
Network World;09/11/2000, Vol. 17 Issue 37, p21
Trade Publication
Introduces the Matrix E5 chassis-based Ethernet switch by Enterasys Networks in United States. Cost effectiveness of the product; Use of Matrix E5 as an alternative for putting a rack of stackable switches into a small wiring closet; Bandwidth and packet-inspecting capabilities of the switch; Integration of routing module and Gigabit ports in the product.


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