First they were launching the RB2011 sorted with SFP a cage, then the greater ones, called CCR.
Perhaps the GS260GS is now the smaller one and we will see in the future greater switches from them!?
But for using together with the RB2011 it is a really great effort in my eyes and a first step in the right direction also.
Yes, but it don't see the middle class RouterBoard with 16, 24 or more ports. I know that this is a bit offtopic, and that this is about switchs, but I also know that I'm not the only one that uses MikroTik for FTTB installations and which requires multiple ports. When I say FTTB what I mean is the Fiber optic brought to the entrance of a building, at the entrance to the terminal cabinet in which is GEPON ONU connected to mikrotik router and from that router to the user in the entrance goes UTP cable. Therefore, router that is required is such one as a router RB 2011, but perhaps with slightly stronger processor and 3, 4 or 5 switch chips connected to the CPU. So, in that case router would then have 15, 20, 25 Ethernet ports where in the entrance of the building could be connected to many users, 20 or 25 for example. It is foolish to talk about CCRu at such location, because it's still a small number of users. Below is a picture of how the terminal box looks in our case which is located at the entrance of the building to which users are connected.