unmanaged hub

unmanaged hub

A network hub that does not support management queries or commands. Typically an Ethernet hub, it serves as a central connecting point only. Contrast with managed hub. See Ethernet switch.
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Both distributors will sell the complete range of Vixel products including the Vixel 1000 Hub which is the highest volume unmanaged hub in the industry today, the Vixel 2100 Zoning Managed Hub, the new Vixel 7000 Switch Series with Stealth Mode(TM) (Vixel's third generation private loop switching) and the Vixel 8100 Fabric Switch.
Vixel is providing IBM with its Rapport 1000 Fibre Channel unmanaged hub and its OE1063SW gigabit-per-second fiberoptic transceiver for use in the Netfinity Fibre Channel enterprise storage solution.
July 29 /PRNewswire/ -- Allied Telesyn International today announced the expansion of its unmanaged hub line with the introduction of the four-port AT-MR415T and the eight-port AT-MR815T.
According to Dataquest Semiconductor Analyst Jeremey Donovan, "1998 will offer rich rewards to vendors like I-Cube that provide switched Fast Ethernet reference designs with extremely attractive price/performance for the unmanaged hub replacement market.
BUSINESS WIRE)--July 15, 1997--Allied Telesyn, the world's leading supplier of unmanaged Ethernet hubs, today announced a flexible, four-port unmanaged hub priced to allow Fast Ethernet in virtually any network environment.
D-Link ships more unmanaged hubs and dual-speed hubs than any other manufacturer in the world, according to the Dell Oro Group.
Product share of fixed port unmanaged hubs -- in percentage terms -- grew in the past two quarters due to increasing budget constraints as a result of the economic crisis.
Vixel manufactures and markets an end-to-end storage-interconnect solution consisting of Fibre Channel switches, managed and unmanaged hubs and intelligent transceivers.
The product line includes Ethernet switches, port switches, managed and unmanaged hubs, repeaters, media converters and transceivers.
Asante's SOHO Products division continues to expand the products for the FriendlyNet family, which include cost-effective, unmanaged hubs, switches, adapters, USB connectivity products, Internet access products, and Home Network products.
Allied Telesyn will use this opportunity to communicate the advantages inherent in the company's affordable, reliable networking solutions - an ever-growing product portfolio that includes everything from fiber adapters, media converters and unmanaged hubs through integrated small office connectivity solutions such as the LanEdge family all the way to high-density ultra-fast Gigabit technology.
Allied Telesyn International, incorporated in 1987, is a worldwide leader in Ethernet LAN connectivity components, including network adapter cards; intelligent stackable hubs and switches; access switches for ATM networks; and media products such as transceivers, fanouts, repeaters, and unmanaged hubs.