Ethernet Switches Overview
What are Ethernet Switches?Ethernet Switches are hubs in an Ethernet wired to the computers and the network devices. Unmanaged switches possess no configuration, but managed switches can create subgroups, manage speed, or monitor and report activity.
Ethernet Switches Products
3Com H3C Switches is a brand of Ethernet switches, owned by Hewlett-Packard since 2009.
The Arista 7000 series is a line of networking switches, from Arista in Santa Clara, California.
Israeli company Mellanox Technologies offers networking equipment, including a range of Ethernet switches.
NoviSwitch is a brand of Ethernet switch from Quebec company NoviFlow.
Fortinet headquartered in Sunnyvale, California offers the FortiSwitch Secure Access line of Ethernet switches.
Joint venture Ericsson-LG Enterprises (formed from collaboration between Swedish company Ericsson and Korean company LG Electronics) offers Ethernet switches.
IBM offers the BladeCenter Ethernet switch.
Avaya offers Ethernet switches.
Broadcom offers Ethernet switches. Their offerings were bolstered by the acquisition of Brocade and many of its ethernet switches in 2017.
Dell now owns and supports Force10 Ethernet switches.
Apresia is a brand of Ethernet switch from Hitachi.
Adtran in Huntsville, Alabama offers the NetVanta brand of routers and switches.
HP offers Ethernet switches.
Linksys, formerly owned by Cisco and now owned by Belkin (since 2013) presents a series of Ethernet switches.
Global company Huawei IT, headquartered in Guangdong, China, offers Ethernet switches.
Alcatel-Lucent offers Ethernet switches.
Chinese company H3C offers Ethernet switches.
IoT company Lantronix in Irvine, California offers Ethernet Switches.