16-Port Unmanaged Gigabit Switch
The D-Link DGS-1016A 16-Port Unmanaged Gigabit Switch offer an economical way for SOHO and small to medium businesses (SMB) to deploy an energy-efficient switch that features the increased bandwidth of Gigabit ports.
– 16x Gigabit Ethernet ports for fast network speeds
– IEEE 802.3x Flow Control
– Full/half-duplex for Ethernet/Fast Ethernet speeds
– 802.3az EEE hardware implementation reduces power consumption significantly
– Size: 231 x 158 x 46 mm
Gigabit Ethernet Speed
High-speed ports provide the latest Ethernet technology while remaining backward compatible for connections to older computers and equipment
The Industry’s first plastic case for high-port count Gigabit switches, plus a fanless design that provides noise-free operation at all times
Innovative D-Link Green Ethernet features save power automatically so you can do your part for the environment and reduce operating costs
Gigabit on Every Port
The 16-Port Unmanaged Gigabit Switch series brings the speed of Gigabit Ethernet to each and every port for a truly high-speed network. If your network has a mix of legacy and modern computing capabilities, each port allows for standard Ethernet, Fast Ethernet, or Gigabit Ethernet connections. You have the latest technology available to every computer and device connected to your network.
The sleek plastic case of the DGS-1016A series is an industry first for a high-performance SOHO/SMB switch. Using a compact desktop style helps generate heat dissipation levels that allow for a fanless design, making the switches silent, as well as economical. The 16-Port Unmanaged Gigabit Switch series is small, lightweight, wall-mountable, and ideal for any business with big needs and a small budget.
The 16-Port Unmanaged Gigabit Switch series helps you conserve energy automatically through several methods. It automatically powers down ports that have no link, allowing the switch to save substantial amounts of power by cutting power usage for unused ports or any ports connected to computers that have been shut down. It can also detect connected cable lengths, and adjusts power usage accordingly, helping you save energy without affecting networking performance.