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What Can 60 Watts of Power Over Ethernet Per Port Do For You?

October 19, 2011 at 7:16 pm PST

I recently spoke with Nick Lippis of the Lippis report about Cisco Universal Power Over Ethernet (Cisco UPOE). In a 12-minute podcast, we reviewed uses cases, a customer example, and the benefits of Cisco UPOE. Read More »

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Double the Power: Industry’s First 60-Watt Power over Ethernet

July 18, 2011 at 8:50 am PST

If your customers are clamoring for a network with a smaller carbon footprint, one that’s more efficient, and more flexible, did you know the solution may be just an Ethernet cable away?

Today, Cisco is announcing the industry’s first 60-watt Power over Ethernet for the Cisco Catalyst 4500E. With Universal Power Over Ethernet (UPOE), you get twice the power per port than other switches – letting you power a greater range of devices through a single standard Ethernet cable. And, customers can use their existing network to power these devices.

What does the news mean for Cisco partners, customers, and the industry?

Keep reading for fun networking facts, details about today’s news, and links. Read More »

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