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Feature table: >100 features in Cisco 300 Series which are lacking in HP 1910/2530
On a technical level, Cisco 300 Series is far superior to the HP 1910 and 2530 products. This document provides evidence that Cisco has >100 features not supported by the HP platforms. Check this out and decide for yourselves.
- Information in this document is accurate to the best of our knowledge based on publicly available documentation from HP on this date
- You are encouraged to validate this content and notify us if discrepancies are found - we will make corrections
- Most of the items below (>90%) are advantages over HP 2530 as well
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