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Omada Cloud Software Defined Networking (SDN)
Omada’s Software Defined Networking (SDN) platform integrates network devices, including access points, switches and gateways, providing 100% centralized cloud management. Omada creates a highly scalable network—all controlled from a single interface. Seamless wireless and wired connections are provided, ideal for use in hospitality, education, retail, offices, and more.
Built for extremely high throughput, WiFi 7 (Wi-Fi 7) is the 7th generation of Wi-Fi. It greatly increases the speed and further reduces latency. Here is everything you need to know about it—what is WiFi 7, why we need WiFi 7, how it works and what it contribute.
Omada WiFi 6 (802.11ax)
Need to deploy stable Wi-Fi in high-density environment? Try Omada Wi-Fi 6 technology!
Omada Wi-Fi 6 access points greatly improve experiences in high-density environments, and provides faster speed and greater range for more devices.
WPA3, the Newest Security Protocol
Want to enhance the network security in public WiFi and home WiFi? Try TP-Link WPA3 technology!
To maximum the safety of enterprise and your home WiFi, TP-Link is inserting WPA3, the latest encryption technology, into Omada access points, WiFi routers, range extenders, and more devices.
Pharos Long-Range Wireless
Need to transmit network to long range or remote areas? Try Pharos wireless solution!
Pharos is TP-Link's next-generation outdoor product series, providing long-range outdoor wireless networking solutions for applications such as WISP, Enterprise Bridge (P2P), and Wireless Surveillance (PtMP).
Worried about buffering when using outdoor wireless broadband? Try TP-Link MAXtream technology!
MAXtream, the breakthrough TDMA technology, makes outdoor AP smoother and produces more efficient communications.
Facing the annoying latency when multiple devices connected? Try TP-Link MU-MIMO technology!
MU-MIMO solves this problem by creating multiple simultaneous connections to serve several users with multiple data streams at the same time.
Power over Ethernet (PoE)
Need to deploy your surveillance cameras in your farm? Try TP-Link PoE technology to transmit power and data through one single Ethernet cable.
LiteWave Unmanaged Switches
Need to work at home or expand your wired connections? Try TP-Link LiteWave Switches!
The TP-Link LiteWave Unmanaged Switches provide the simplest and most affordable way to expand your wired network. Just plug and play!
JetStream 10G Smart Switches
Provide high levels of performance, scalability, and cost-effectiveness that SMBs require from their 10G networking solutions.
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TP-Link PoE Switches
Introducing TP-Link PoE Switches
Power over Ethernet (PoE) is a technology that allows network switches to transmit both power and data through an Ethernet cable simultaneously.
The benefits of PoE switches have become more evident with the rapid expansion of network-connected devices. They offer more effective solutions for connecting numerous PoE-compatible devices like VoIP, IP cameras, and access points—meeting the demands of most common business scenarios.
Works with IP Cameras
Works with IP Phones
Works with Omada EAPs
Works with PCs and Printers
Traditional switches cannot supply power for end devices over Ethernet. This requires additional PSEs and extension cables.
PoE switches minimize cable usage and make things easier by saving costs on power outlets, infrastructure equipment and electrical installation.
Simplify the installation and streamline the deployment—no need for electricians.
No need for additional cables and power adapters—reduce costs on infrastructure.
More placement options allow for deployment in complex environments.
Intelligently protects your devices from power surges and maximizes power usages.
PoE switches are separated by their supported standards. Before choosing your PoE solutions, you need to be aware of how much power your devices draw. With that information, you’ll know which standard and business solution suits your needs.
up to 15.4 W per port
Basic IP Cameras
up to 30 W per port
IP Video Phones
PTZ HD IP Cameras
802.11ac (WiFi 5) APs
Small Audio Speakers
up to 60/90 W per port
PTZ HD IP Cameras with Heaters
802.11ax (WiFi 6) APs
Smart Building Lighting
More than providing basic features, TP-Link PoE switches offers value well beyond general networking demands. They create a versatile and reliable network to grow your business.*
With Extend Mode, PoE supports data and power transmissions up to 250 m away—perfect for the deployment of surveillance cameras in large areas.
Priority Mode Button
Ensure the quality of sensitive applications like video and voice in critical business areas by prioritizing the data of certain ports.
Isolation Mode Button
Isolation Mode divides traffic for downlink ports to avoid snooping and tampering. It isolates broadcast storm for higher security.
Poe Auto Recovery
Detects and reboots dropped or unresponsive PoE-powered devices.
Managed PoE switches integrated Omada SDN (Software Defined Networking) provide 100% centralized cloud management to create highly scalable networks—all controlled from a single interface anywhere, anytime.
10G PoE Switch
Gigabit PoE Switch
WiFi 6 AP
Premium 10G/multi-gigabit PoE switches are provided to meet the full bandwidth potential of WiFi 6 access points. PoE, PoE+, and PoE++ are also supported to fully power up your WiFi 6 APs.
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Smart & L2+ Managed
Unmanaged Switches: Support plug and play without configuation required but also offer sufficient functions like 250 m PoE tansmission, port prioritization, and traffic separation.
Easy Smart Switches: A variety of useful features are provided such as VALN, QoS, IGMP Snooping, and PoE Auto Recovery to enhance your network safety and reliability.
Smart & L2 Managed: More advanced and high-level management options such as Omada SDN Cloud Platform help control your network anytime, anywhere.
How many IP cameras do you need to connect to your network? Make sure you select a switch with enough ports to connect all your devices on your LAN. If your busine ss is at the rapid growth phase, select a switch with abundant network capacity to grow with your demands.
Determine the required port speed based on user needs and PD bandwidth. 100 M bandwidth is sufficient to meet the requirements of IPCs system while gigabit and multi-gigabit futureproof your network with higher scalability.
Each IP camera has a budget, the minimum power required over Ethernet for it to function. When considering suitable switches, check the budget per port to ensure that it is sufficient to power your IP cameras
· PoE (802.3af) is the original PoE standard and offers 15.4W of power to the Ethernet port · PoE+ (802.3at) is the latest standard which almost doubles the available budget, providing 30W of power to the Ethernet port and futureproofing your network with the latest power over Ethernet standards.
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