D-Link unveils new Multi-Gigabit Desktop Switches to future-proof business and home networks

The high-performance network switches feature 2.5G multi-Gigabit connectivity to accelerate small & medium-sized businesses (SMB), enterprises, and home networks

20 července, 2023

(DMS-105 and DMS-108 5/8-Port 2.5G Multi-Gigabit Desktop Switches)

D-Link, a global leader in networking and connectivity technologies, has announced two new additions to its portfolio of multi-Gigabit switches: the DMS-105 and DMS-108 5/8-Port 2.5G Multi-Gigabit Desktop Switches. The latest products provide a quick, easy and affordable way to upgrade home and business networks to eliminate bottlenecks and maximise performance and throughput. 

With five or eight 2.5G multi-Gigabit ports, the switches provide high-speed, reliable wired connections to network-attached storage (NAS) devices, Wi-Fi 6 router/access points, gaming computers, and workstations. Ideal for demanding business or home network setups, users can access network resources and transfer large multimedia files at lightning speeds.

The DMS-105 and DMS-108 offer Quality of Service (QoS) support, allowing different types of applications to be prioritised, depending on their importance. IGMP Snooping support optimises multicast data streams for bandwidth-intensive applications such as IPTV, reducing unnecessary network traffic and improving performance.  

The 2.5G Multi-Gigabit Desktop Switches feature low power consumption and a fanless design to enhance reliability and lower electricity costs while allowing noise-free operation. Their compact and discreet metal housing enables the switches to be easily installed wherever needed.

"D-Link recognises the increasing demands of the modern workplace and busy home, which require faster and reliable connectivity,” said Claude Chou, President of D-Link Europe. “With their multi-Gigabit connectivity and plug-and-play design, the DMS-105 and DMS-108 provide exceptional speed and performance to support the needs of any home or business network.”