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New! The Cost-Effective POE Commercial Switch You Can't Miss
A POE (power over ethernet) switch is an ethernet-based switch that allows data transmission and power supply to other connected devices. A POE switch works by receiving a physical signal sent to the connected devices via ethernet cables in data packets. The data packets, in turn, are directed to their final location by a destination address which leads them to their corresponding port where they instruct a device to carry out the desired task.
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UOTEK Achieves Securing Industrial Network By Acquiring Certifications
2021-10-09
UOTEK, an expert in industrial communications and networking, is constantly dedicated to providing professional IoT solutions which focus on securing the industrial network to customers. With the support of numerous advanced products, we at UOTEK have become the leader who aims to protect the industrial network. Our main products, including industrial Ethernet switches, serial device servers, smart remote I/O, wireless transmission devices, etc., win huge appreciation around the globe.
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Commercial VS. Industrial Ethernet Switch: What’s the Difference?
2021-10-09
With the capability of fast speed and reliable transmission, Ethernet technology is widely used in industries. Ethernet technology enables you to maintain a steady flow of data between your ethernet switch and the device while you may experience signal drop and speed issues with Wi-Fi. These features of the ethernet technology have made ethernet switches popular among the masses, who use them in industries that have harsh environmental conditions. 
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New! The Cost-Effective POE Commercial Switch You Can't Miss
2021-08-30
A POE (power over ethernet) switch is an ethernet-based switch that allows data transmission and power supply to other connected devices. A POE switch works by receiving a physical signal sent to the connected devices via ethernet cables in data packets. The data packets, in turn, are directed to their final location by a destination address which leads them to their corresponding port where they instruct a device to carry out the desired task.