Welcome to MET Servers Networking Equipment store! Here, you will find a wide variety of switches to meet all of your networking needs. Our selection includes both unmanaged and managed switches, with a variety of port options to suit different network sizes and configurations.

Our unmanaged switches are perfect for basic networking needs and are easy to install and use. They offer fast and reliable data transmission and are a cost-effective solution for small and medium-sized businesses.

For more advanced networking requirements, our managed switches offer greater control and customization options. They allow for VLAN configuration, quality of service (QoS) management, and other advanced features to ensure optimal network performance.

Whether you are setting up a new network or looking to upgrade your existing one, MET Servers has the solution for you. Our team of experts is available to assist you in selecting the right switch for your needs and to provide guidance on installation and setup.

Get in touch with one of our sales professionals to custom-tailor a complete solution for your business.

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Juniper 32-Port QSFP+ or 28x QSFP Ethernet Switch 2x AC PSU
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