Avoiding the Biggest Rip-Off in Networking

If you require network transceivers in your infrastructure, Gartner recently published a research paper we believe you'll find extremely useful.
 
We feel the Gartner paper, entitled How to Avoid the Biggest Rip-Off in Networking, sheds light on a simple, yet effective, way to save money on your networking hardware purchases.
 
Here are two insights from the Gartner paper you may find of particular interest:

 

Challenge

"Network original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) and their channel partners often use aggressive sales tactics, as well as fear, uncertainty and doubt (FUD) to scare enterprises away from using third-party transceiver OEMs that offer lower prices."

Recommendation

"Don't allow OEMs to use FUD. Reduce your spending and gain leverage against OEMs by using non-OEM-branded transceivers."

 

We believe the paper includes a great deal more insight into the opportunity you have to take a critical look at your spending in network transceiver investments.

Download your copy today by filling out the form to the right.

 


 

- Gartner, How to Avoid the Biggest Rip-Off in Networking, Analysts: Andrew Lerner, Sanjit Ganguli, Published: 3 August 2017, ID: G00336695