Your ports and cables where you want them
Today's networks have increasing numbers of devices attached to them, both wired and wireless. As wired devices proliferate, it can be difficult to easily and neatly place networked ports where you want them.
NETGEAR ProSAFE Click Switches address this issue with an innovative and thoughtful hardware design, including the flexible 1-2-3-4 Click mounting system. The new ProSAFE Click Switches are Gigabit Ethernet switches with an industry-first, bracket mounting system for easy installation. Available in either 8- or 16-Gigabit port configurations, their slim design and internal power supplies enables you to organize wires, secure cables, eliminate bulky power adapters, and improve the overall appearance of wiring closets, training facilities, lab benches, conference rooms, and entertainment centers that require multiple connected devices.
Flexible 1-2-3-4 Mounting System
The innovative 1-2-3-4 mounting system gives you the flexibility to place the Click Switch in locations where other switches will not go. Whether it's directly on a wall, strapped to a pole, under the meeting table in a conference room or in a server closet, vertical or horizontal, the Click Switch's unique mounting system allow you to control exactly how your ports and cables are deployed.
NETGEAR ProSAFE Click Switch Family Overview
Overview of the NETGEAR ProSAFE Click Switch Family. The Click Switches GSS108E (8-port) and GSS116E (16-port) feature an innovative and flexible mounting bracket, making it easy to mount the Click switches vertically and horizontally, on a wall, under a desk, or strapped to a pole - allowing you to put your ports where you need them.
Plus Switch Networking Features
The Click Switches can go beyond plug n' play connectivity with ProSAFE Plus Switch networking features, allowing businesses to segment the network with VLANs or prioritize voice and video traffic with QoS. IGMP Snooping allows for optimized multimedia delivery and port trunking (GSS116E only) adds redundancy to uplinks and servers.