Boston, MA, USA - June 15, 2023 – Grandstream, connecting the world with award-winning unified communications and networking solutions, today released a new series of unmanaged multi-Gigabit network switches. The new GWN7700M Series are unmanaged multi-Gigabit network switches that provide high-speed Gigabit connectivity up to 2.5Gbps to home offices and small/medium businesses. They require no configuration or installation, include 1 SFP+ fiber port with 1-Gigabit or 10-Gigabit connectivity, feature a desktop and wall-mountable design, and provide auto MDI/MDIX to eliminate the need for crossover cables.
The GWN7700 Series includes the GWN7700M, which includes 5x 2.5 Gigabit RJ45 ports to support up to 46Gbps switching capacity, and the GWN7701M which includes 8x 2.5 Gigabit RJ45 ports to support up to 60Gbps switching capacity. Both devices also provide 1 SFP+ fiber port. Each port supports auto-negotiation to allow the GWN7700M Series to recognize the link speed of any 100/1000/2500Mbps network device and intelligently adjust for compatibility and optimal performance. The plug-and-play GWN7700M and GWN7701M are the ideal unmanaged network switches for home office s and small-to-medium businesses that require high-speed, multi-Gigabit connectivity.
Additional features of the GWN7700M Series include:
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The GWN7700M Series are generally available now for purchase through Grandstream’s worldwide distribution channels.
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