CXtec and TERACAI have been named to The Channel Company’s 2016 CRN® Solution Provider 500, an annual list that recognizes the top revenue-generating technology integrators and IT consultants in North America. This marks TERACAI’s sixth consecutive year and CXtec’s 16th consecutive year on the list.
In a recent research report for Third Party Maintenance (TPM), CXtec has been identified as a "Secondary Hardware Entrant" by Gartner in its March 2016 research report entitled "Competitive Landscape: Leveraging Third-Party Maintenance Providers for Data Center and Network Maintenance Cost Optimization, North America.
CABLExpress has joined the Telecommunications Industry Association (TIA), the leading trade association representing the global information and communications technology (ICT) industry, to support the advancement of cabling standards.
Doug Green, Publisher of Telecom Reseller, speaks with Patti Dwyer, Senior Regional Sales Manager, while at Enterprise Connect about the company, how they help customers save money, and what differentiates them from the competition.
CABLExpress announced from the Data Center World Global Conference the launch of its angled patch panels, which the company says improve the manageability and reduce the installation time of fiber cabling infrastructures.
Rockin The Redhouse is a fundraiser that brings together some of the best corporate bands in Central New York, including the CXtec Dinosaurs.
The 4th annual Rockin' the Redhouse concert fundraiser will feature eight corporate bands to raise money for The Red House Arts Center, a nonprofit arts organization in Syracuse.
CABLExpress announced today from the Data Center World Global Conference the launch of its angled patch panels, which improve the manageability and reduce the installation time of fiber cabling infrastructures.
Fifteen buildings in the Syracuse area, including CXtec and TERACAI, are lighting up red or displaying red decorations to spread a message of heart health and to support the American Heart Association.
CNYCentral is teaming up with Teracai, CXtec and the CNY Food Bank for the Food Bank Telethon. The event is Thursday, Jan. 28 from 5 a.m. to 7 p.m. All funds raised will benefit the CNY Food Bank.
Dome Donation Day serves as the ceremonial start of the Red Kettle Holiday Campaign for the Syracuse-area Salvation Army every year. Both Teracai and CXtec will provide about 60 volunteers to ring bells and collect donations before the game beginning at 10 am. The local technology and support companies have been doing this annually for 18 years.
CXtec Vice President Frank Kobuszewski discusses IT industry trends on his Network World blog. The Internet of Things and wearable technology are becoming more integrated into our everyday lives. If you haven't already, now is the time to begin planning for their security implications in the enterprise.
BizEventz, a company in the Business Journal News Network, has announced the 2015 Healthy Workplace Awards finalists. This awards program recognizes organizations that are leading the way in adopting best practices to promote healthier workplaces and employees.
CenterState CEO today recognized 234 companies as 2015 Economic Champions for their collective hiring of 1,628 employees, nearly 1.8 million square feet of expansions, and more than $1 billion in capital investments. In keeping with this year’s theme, Celebrating CNY Business Legacy, 97 companies were also recognized for their enduring success.
When Lexi walked into the headquarters of TERACAI and CXtec in North Syracuse, she did not know there was a room full of friends and family ready to surprise her with an announcement that she will be going on a Disney Cruise with her family through the Central New York Make-A-Wish Foundation.
CXtec Vice President Frank Kobuszewski discusses IT industry trends on his Network World blog. It makes perfect sense for organizations to strive to quickly adapt to changing business requirements, so why not implement SDN tomorrow? Not so fast. We keep hearing about it, and more companies are working to gain a foothold in the SDN space, but is it right for the enterprise network right now?