Delivering a Greener Campus

August 5, 2016

Taking a lifecycle approach to power efficiency and management, from product inception, through deployment and operation, and then to eventual retirement.

Central to this philosophy, network switches are designed to use the minimal material necessary for the features and performance delivered, and software unites the hardware architecture.

Customers can reduce tiers and their overall network footprint, allowing for simpler, faster, and greener solutions - promoting longevity through stacking flexibility, upgradability, recyclability, and a shared hardware architecture that minimizes obsolescence.

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