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Published on January 18th, 2017 | by Max Argent


Ubiquiti introduce UniFi US-8 and US-8-60W Switches

Ubiquiti have introduced two compact Gigabit switches that are suitable for small‑scale applications, and a 10G fiber aggregation switch that provides high‑bandwidth connectivity to multiple switches on your network.


PoE-Powered with Passthrough
Delivering up to 8 Gbps of total, non‑blocking line rate, the US-8 provides eight Gigabit Ethernet ports and can be powered by 802.3af/at, 48V PoE, or the included power adapter. One PoE passthrough port can power an 802.3af PoE device.



Four 802.3af PoE Ports

Featuring eight Gigabit Ethernet ports, the US-8-60W supports up to 8 Gbps total, non-blocking line rate. Four auto-sensing PoE ports can power your UniFi access points and other PoE devices – up to 15.4W per port.



The UniFi Switch 16 XG features 12 SFP+ ports and four RJ45 10GBASE-T ports to efficiently deliver and aggregate data at 10G speeds. It offers the forwarding capacity to simultaneously process traffic on all ports at line rate without any packet loss, providing up to 160 Gbps of total non-blocking throughput.


Mounting Versatility
For ease of installation, both 8-port switches offer desktop and wall mounting options, and the US-16-XG includes optional brackets for mounting in a rack.

End-to-End Switching Solution
Build and expand your network with Ubiquiti Networks® UniFi Switches, which deliver robust performance and intelligent switching with top price/performance value.


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