Switch vs Chassis

| November 17, 2016

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If you’ve crossed the point where you need more than 48 ports in a closet, you’ve exceeded the capacity of the small fixed configuration switches. Should you go with Non-Stacking Switches or Stacking Switches? Does a modular chassis solution make more sense? Switch Stack vs Chassis is one of the greatest debates in IT and we do our best to give a decisive recommendation in this video

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