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Growth at a Reasonable Price

An equity investment strategy, popularized by Peter Lynch, that seeks to find a balance between the growth strategy and the valuation strategy. The strategy aims at investing in stocks with sustainable growth in a relatively low (compared to growth investing) price range. GARP investors tend to favor older companies with solid growth rates, such as General Electric.

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1Q, VLAN, Snooping IGMP, control de exceso de trafico, concentracion de puertos (Trucking), soporte SNMP para monitoreo, administracion de la prioridad de red con soporte 802.
The IntraCore 6524 uses a high performance, low-latency ASIC-based architecture with IGMP, 802.
1Q support, minimum 1024 VLANs supported; VLAN stacking support; port and MAC based VLAN support; 802.
Traffic classification and Quality of Service (QoS) definition is provided by IEEE 802.
The first of the new prioritization technologies that a networked application is likely to see involves the IEEE 802.
The Intel Express 460T switch supports standards-based network intelligence with Class of Service features such as 802.
Among the many features carried over from the existing FiberLinX product family include Layer-2 VLAN tagging and stacking, 802.
The AT-8000S supports IP voice and data networking QoS with 8 traffic priority types in 4 queues per port, with 802.
1Q VLAN with Q-in-Q to enable E-Line and E-LAN services; and 802.
3 100Base-TX Ethernet interfaces; Layer 2 QoS support through compliance with 802.