managed hub

managed hub

A network hub that has intelligence built into firmware. Typically an Ethernet hub, it responds to management queries for statistics and to commands for setting the configuration. Managed Ethernet hubs evolved into managed Ethernet switches. Contrast with unmanaged hub. See intelligent hub.
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This will be an actively managed hub that will bring together complementary activities such as manufacturing, construction, innovation, and research and development.
It combines the power of multiple systems and unites previously disconnected information silos together in a centrally managed hub environment.
The Vixel 2100 Zoning Managed Hub delivers four 100MB/sec loops.
It said enterprises can converge TETRA, wireless and cellular signals onto a single, centrally managed hub and antenna system, using the Zinwave DAS, ensuring service levels and reducing maintenance costs.
For larger networks, several hub assemblies can be cascaded, permitting a managed hub array with up to 256 nodes.--GE Fanuc Automation Americas
The cluster can be separated by as much as ten kilometers (6.2 miles) IBM's SAN Fibre Channel Managed Hub creates high-speed interconnections for such applications as high-availability clustering, storage consolidation, and LAN-free backup.
Gadzoox Networks Inc has signed a distribution agreement with Tech Data Corp for its Capellix 3000 switch, Gibraltar managed hub and Ventana storage area network management software products.
Under the agreement Hitachi will bundle Vixel`s 2100 Managed Hub with Zoning product with its HA8000 Series Servers line.
Managed equipment is more expensive -- about a 25% premium for the managed hub over the "dumb" one-but the savings in time over the long run will more than make up the difference.
"In 2013, the Savory Institute will help establish the first 10 strategically placed, locally led and managed hubs around the world--empowering people to use properly managed livestock to heal the land."
The system has an active architecture that uses managed hubs linked via fiber and Category 5 cabling to deliver consistent signal strength at each antenna.
The system provided by LGC Wireless uses distributed antennas, managed hubs and standard Ethernet and fibre cabling for cost-effective and non-disruptive deployments.

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