FS Launches New Smart Managed Switches With Affordability, Simplicity, and High Performance for SMBs

Updated on Oct 16, 2021

October 16th, FS News - FS recently announced 5 new range of smart managed switches — S2800S series switches as a new member of FS Enterprise Switch family. With L2+ features and simple Web GUI management, S2800S series smart managed switches are specifically designed for the growing needs of SMB, workgroup, and even household networks.

For small to medium-sized businesses or home users requiring visibility and control over the network, smart web managed switches are a cost-effective solution. The S2800S series switches support simple management and configuration on CLI, Web GUI system and other modes, fully meeting the needs of visual management with ease.

Advanced QoS prioritizes critical traffic needs such as video and voice applications. Meanwhile, the fanless design ensures silent operation, which creates a smooth real-time communication environment.

Supporting VLANs and multiple security features, FS S2800S series switches provide robust security strategies to business networks, preventing SMBs from network threats or potential business loss.

Green Ethernet technology (EEE) allows for device status detection and adjusts power based on the device connection distance. It enables small business save both power and cost radically.

Following lists the five switch models of S2800S series varying in detailed specifications and functions:

Model Specifications Price
  • 8x 10/100/1000BASE-T RJ45

  • Fanless

  • Non-PoE

US$ 69.00
  • 8x 10/100/1000BASE-T RJ45, 2x 1G SFP

  • Fanless

  • 8x PoE+ Ports @65W

US$ 129.00
  • 24x 10/100/1000BASE-T RJ45, 2x 1G SFP

  • Fanless

  • Non-PoE

US$ 159.00
  • 24x 10/100/1000BASE-T RJ45, 4x 1G SFP

  • 24x PoE+ Ports @220W

US$ 279.00
  • 48x 10/100/1000BASE-T RJ45, 4x 1G SFP

  • Non-PoE

US$ 279.00

FS S2800S smart managed switches are now available at FS.com. Further information can be found on FS Smart Managed Switches Product Page.

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