Slices

Slices

Share
Slices
  • Access Points and Antenna Radiation Patterns

    Did you know, every Access Point we make has a unique pattern of radiation waves!

    Each pattern is designed for a specific purposeā€”for example, one might be designed for high-density environments like schools or office buildings, while another might be designed for open spaces like warehouses or ...

  • What is a BTU?

    Do you know what BTU stands for? What is a BTU? Here's Isaac to explain.

    Advance your knowledge and skills in networking with Extreme Networks Training: https://www.extremenetworks.com/support/training

    Follow Extreme Networks Training on LinkedIn for more content like this: https://www.linkedi...

  • What's The Deal With RJ45 Connectors?

    RJ45 connectors are also known as 8p8c. They're an industry standard and form the foundation of our modern digital world. Here's Isaac to explain.

    Advance your knowledge and skills in networking with Extreme Networks Training: https://www.extremenetworks.com/support/training

    Follow Extreme Netw...

  • Busting Open A 5420 Universal Switch

    Ever wondered what the inside of a Switch looks like? Here's Ivor to show you the inside of a 5420 Universal Switch.

    Learn more here: https://www.extremenetworks.com/products/switches/universal-switches/5420

    Follow Extreme Networks Training on LinkedIn for more content like this: https://www.l...

  • We Have Fans! Isaac Talks About Air Flow In Switches

    Our switches have fans. Did you know that on some of our switches you have the option to change the direction of the airflow by simply changing out the fans? Isaac shows off this funky tech that is especially useful in data centres.

    To see more content like this, follow us on LinkedIn: https://...

  • Can you see Binary?

    In this video, Ivor explains how to physically show binary by connecting an X435 Series Switch to an oscilloscope.

    Follow Extreme Networks Training on LinkedIn for more content like this: https://www.linkedin.com/showcase/76160180

  • AP3000/X:Designed to Optimize Performance in High-Density and Harsh Environments

    The AP3000 is the lowest power consumption and smallest form factor Wi-Fi 6E access point on the market! The new AP3000 is designed to optimize performance in both high-density and harsh environments, and has just 13.9W of power draw, making it the lowest power consumption Wi-Fi 6E access point i...

  • Does Wi-Fi Work Underwater?

    Follow Extreme Networks Training on LinkedIn for more content like this: https://www.linkedin.com/showcase/76160180