Ethernet Alliance study finds Power over Ethernet issues
Four out five users experience challenges with power over Ethernet (PoE) deployments, according to a new survey of nearly 800 Ethernet designers, manufacturers, resellers, system integrators, network operators and others.
Conducted by the Ethernet Alliance in January, the study found a number of key PoE insights, including:
Four out of five users experienced issues, including support, reliability, or connection challenges.
The top three PoE installations are cameras and phones, as well as computing and storage devices;
Of customers planning to implement PoE 63% said they would need 30w; 47% would need between 30-60w and 27% need greater than 60w.
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With the global market projected to grow to $2 billion by 2025, PoE remains a wellspring of lucrative opportunities for designers, systems integrators, and solutions providers, David Tremblay, chair of the alliance’s PoE Subcommittee, and system architect for Aruba, said in a statement. “Despite this good news, there are significant challenges that could threaten PoE’s growing adoption.”
Source:: IT news – Networking