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These days, large physical networks are normally made up of several Switches. Such Switches can connect dozens or even hundreds of devices to each other, ensuring uninterrupted communication. However, in certain cases, you may need to divide large networks for fine-grained traffic control. This is where Virtual Local Area Networks, or VLANs in short, become […]

“The new switch features look great, I’m impressed with the detail on ‘connected devices’. It is a very cool feature to have and saves time when troubleshooting.” Damien Parker, Product Manager at Utility Networks Plasma Cloud always strives to deliver a simple and straightforward way to manage, monitor and troubleshoot all your wired and wireless […]

If you are reading this article, chances are you are either WiFi-curious or currently looking into building an outdoor WiFi deployment. Such outdoor networks can be tricky to design, especially when Access Points need to be positioned quite far apart from each other. As you may already know, the distance between WiFi devices should never […]

In large networks, many devices are interconnected via Ethernet and WiFi, often forming quite cluttered structures. Tracking and monitoring a specific link or device in this chaos can be a daunting task. That is, unless you have access to the right technology. Today, Plasma Cloud is delighted to present its layer 2 topology, a new […]

It’s time to manage and monitor your network more efficiently.It’s time to join the cloud revolution. Choose cloud-managed networking.  Cloud adoption levels have dramatically accelerated in the last two years. As of today, 92% of SMEs and large enterprises rely, at least partly, on cloud-based applications for many critical services. The 2020 IDG Cloud Computing […]