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Power over Ethernet (PoE): the Fact File

Oct. 21, 2022
From Wi-Fi access points and IoT to in-building wireless, PoE's capabilities are quickly growing. Get the trusted insight you need to take advantage in our fact file.

With today’s advanced PoE technologies and devices, enterprise networks no longer need to run a separate ac (alternating current) power feed to every connected device. And that’s just the beginning. The benefits of PoE also include better-designed electrical safety features, better device management and lower cost of installation and maintenance.

Whether it’s Wi-Fi access points, security cameras, LED lighting, IP phones, RFID security or building management systems, the increasing range of PoE devices means there is a great opportunity for the Enterprise to leverage remote power and better manage infrastructure-related expenses while using existing cabling. Learn how, now.

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