Samsung Telecommunications America Introduces Line of Cost-Effective Ubigate™ iES4000 Series Managed Ethernet Switches
Richardson, Texas, June 8, 2010 on Jun 10, 2010
The new series is a complementary alternative to Samsung OfficeServ™ integrated data switches and provides users high performance networking and communications solution
RICHARDSON, Texas, June 8, 2010 –Samsung Telecommunications America today introduced its new Ubigate™ iES4000 Series Ethernet Switches, which offer users a reliable networking solution that can reduce total cost of ownership (TCO). For companies that prefer a standalone solution, the Ubigate iES4000 Series is a complementary alternative to Samsung OfficeServ™ integrated data switches.
Featuring up to 24 10/100/1000 access ports and four Gigabit ports in a one rack unit chassis, the layer 2-managed family offers a high performance to price ratio. Plus, Power over Ethernet (PoE) is available with iES4028FP and iES4024GP models, adding to the cost-effectiveness of the solution.
The PoE feature removes the need for AC power adapters to each PoE enabled
end point and eliminates the cost of additional electrical cabling typically required with IP phone and wireless LAN deployments. It also eliminates the need for power injectors and PoE mid-spans for powering IP devices.
Since up to 36 switches can be clustered and managed from a single IP address, system capabilities can be easily extended to meet the needs of growing companies. Additionally, multilink trunking allows bundling of multiple ports, providing higher bandwidth and redundancy.
Combined with other Samsung OfficeServ systems, the new Ubigate iES4000 Series Ethernet Switches provides a cost-effective, single-vendor networking and communications solution.
“The new family of Ubigate™ iES4000 Series Ethernet Switches is a secure, high-performance network management solution that addresses the ever-present need for organizations to reduce the total cost of ownership of its communications equipment,” says Doug Wonson, Vice President and General Manager, Samsung Telecommunications America. “It’s also the perfect complement to Samsung’s line of OfficeServ™ integrated data switches.”
Other system highlights include advanced Quality of Service (QoS) and security features such as 802.1x based port security and DHCP snooping. The switches support VLANs for GVRP and Voice VLAN and are compatible with IEEE 802.3af compliant end devices.
About Samsung Telecommunications America
Samsung Telecommunications America, LLC, a Dallas-based subsidiary of Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd., researches, develops, and markets wireless handsets and telecommunications products throughout North America.
About Samsung Business Communication Systems
Samsung Business Communication Systems (BCS), a Dallas-based division of Samsung Telecommunications America (STA), is the distribution arm for the company’s line of business communications solutions. Targeting small- to medium-sized businesses, Samsung BCS offers an elite line of telephony-based customer premise equipment (CPE) with dynamic architecture that can accommodate tremendous growth at low incremental costs to meet a variety of communications needs. As an innovator in convergence technology, Samsung's business communications systems combine traditional voice and data capabilities with wireline and wireless technologies providing fully integrated, converged communications platforms and applications. In addition to CPE, Samsung BCS also offers a comprehensive line of voice processing equipment, CTI applications, and wireless solutions. For more information, please visit www.samsung.com/bcs.