Dell-Force10 Campus LAN Switches OverviewUNIXBusinessApplication

Dell-Force10 Campus LAN Switches is the #10 ranked solution in our list of top LAN Switching tools. It is most often compared to Dell PowerConnect Switches: Dell-Force10 Campus LAN Switches vs Dell PowerConnect Switches

What is Dell-Force10 Campus LAN Switches?
Dell-Force10 Managed Campus LAN Switches bring users efficient connections to the network with highly functional access and aggregation switching. Products consist of: Dell EMC Networking N1100 Series, Dell Networking N1500 Switches, Dell Networking N2000 Series, Dell Networking N3000 Series and Dell Networking N4000 Series.
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Dell-Force10 Campus LAN Switches Customers
Norwich University of the Arts, Shelby American, City and Islington College
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Niranjan Oke
Project Delivery Manager at cineom broadcast ltd
Real User
Top 20
Easy to add ports, scale and setup, with good technical support

What is our primary use case?

We have designed a solution around it with our OEMs and we send it to our customers.

Pros and Cons

  • "For a customer, it is easy to configure and to add ports through the LAN the GUI."
  • "Customers do not prefer this to connect to multiple cities."

What other advice do I have?

I have experience with LAN switches, but my experience has more to do with video-based data. There are fewer restrictions. There is a question of bandwidth when it comes to designing a solution with switches that deal with storage device communication and editing systems. I have more to do with the broadcast IT solutions. My decisions are based on certified switches forwarded by OEMs. Our customers are not ready to accept anything that is not certified by OEM. As system integrators, we notify OEM of what solution we need to design and the number of machines or forwarding machines. We then…