16-Port Gigabit Desktop Switch
The DGS-1016S 16-Port Gigabit Desktop Switch is for home and Small-Medium Business (SMB) users. This desktop switch is built with a compact and sturdy metal design that makes use of power-saving technology, providing energy savings, reduced heat, and a longer product life without sacrificing performance or functionality. The DGS-1016S provides 16 Gigabit ports for an easy expansion or a quick Gigabit connectivity upgrade to your network.
– 16x Gigabit LAN ports for high-speed wired connections
– Plug-and-play installation for convenience
– Reduces power to a port when there is no traffic
– Energy-efficient design reduces heat generated
– IEEE 802.1p QoS prioritizes traffic by data type to provide optimal performance
Gigabit High-Speed Networking
Gigabit ports allow you to connect up to 16 devices for fast file transfers and smooth media streaming.
Versatile Mounting Options
Compact and lightweight design supports desktop or wall mount placement.
Uses 802.3az Energy-Efficient Ethernet to reduce power usage automatically without sacrificing performance.
Effortless Gigabit Networking
With data transfer speeds of up to 2000 Mbps on Gigabit Ethernet, the D-Link DGS-1016S Switch is ideal for transferring files quickly. Easy-access front Ethernet ports with two color LED
indicators per port allows you to quickly distinguish link status and speed.
Advanced Features for Better Optimization
The DGS-1016S 16-Port Gigabit Desktop Switch features 802.1p Quality of Service (QoS), which organizes and prioritizes time-sensitive and important data for efficient delivery, allowing for
smooth media streaming and voice over IP (VoIP) calling.
The DGS-1016S supports IEEE 802.3az Energy-Efficient Ethernet, which saves energy and reduces heat automatically without sacrificing performance or functionality. The switches can detect when a connected computer is shut down or when there is no Ethernet traffic and can automatically reduce the power used for that port, cutting power usage substantially. In addition, the switch optimizes power usage for each port for the length of cable connected to it, using only as much power as is required. Both of these features work together to help you save power automatically.