Released June, 2009
The Pros:Runs very quietly, can't generally hear anything from it at all. Power management is good, draws very little. Gigabit connections run close to capacity, very fast.
The Cons:Unmanaged switch, can't set the speed for the ports manually.
The TRENDnet TEG-S80g is an entry-level, 8-port Gigabit switch designed to provide fast Internet connections, while reducing power consumption by 70%. It is an immediate predecessor to the TEG-S80Dg that was announced at CES2010.
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It utilizes a deprecated version of GREENnet technology that reduces average power consumption to 5W, which is approximately 1.04W more than its superior sibling. It does, however, maintain 8 Gigabit ports, a switching capacity of 16Gbps, and a Data RAM Buffer of 128Kbytes. Plus the unit also supports Jumbo Frames up to 9216bytes; IEEE 802.3x Flow Control for full-duplex mode; Plug & Play compatibility, and diagnostic LEDs.
- Entry-Level Gigabit Switch
- Precursor to TEG-S80Dg (CES2010
- 8 Gigabit Ports
- GREENnet Technology (Earlier Version)
- Reduced Power Consumption
- 16Gbps Store/Forward Switching
- Non-Blocking Wire-Speed Performance
- Jumbo Frames
- Plug and Play
- Diagnostic LEDs
- Standards: IEEE 802.3 10Base-T, 100Base-TX, 1000Base-T
- Standards: IEEE 802.3x
- Power Consumption: 5W
- Protocol: CSMA/CD
- Topology: Star
- Switch Fabric: 16Gbps Forwarding
- Interface: 8 10/100/1000 Auto-MDIX RJ-45 Ports
- Data RAM Buffer: 128Kbytes
- Filtering Table: 4K Entries
User Reviews (3)
runs very quietly, can't generally hear anything from it at all
power management is good, draws very little
gigabit connections run close to capacity, very fast
status indicators allow confirmation of connection speeds on each individual port
metal case effectively screens out interference from surrounding power sources
no configuration, setup is just plugging everything in
unmanaged switch, can't set the speed for the ports manually
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