I'm a Co-Founder of a Tech Services company.
Currently, I'm researching ethernet switch vendors/solutions and I've been looking at NETGEAR switches, Cisco Ethernet Switches and Alcatel-Lucent OmniSwitch Ethernet Switches.
Which vendor and product (or a product family) would you recommend based on your hands-on experience? Why?
Thank you and I appreciate the help!
For an Enterprise?
I would definitely go with Cisco.
Cisco has a wide range of products to accommodate all present and future needs of an enterprise organization.
Cisco support is very professional in case something goes wrong.
Cisco products are very stable, have lots of features to satisfy every need of an enterprise and in my experience, they don't easily fail.
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