CXtec and TERACAI had the honor of granting a wish through the Make-A-Wish Foundation on April 9, 2012.
As the weather gets warmer, our thoughts turn to Spring Cleaning. After all, it’s been a long winter, and yes, the dust has certainly started to gather over everything.
Over the past few months Katie, our Cisco Voice Product Manager, has been doing some brief and informative videos about various Cisco phones. She covers the Cisco 7900 series phones, alternatives to the Cisco 6900 series phones and a couple other topics.
CXtec is now on Facebook! I know what you're thinking - "You weren't already on Facebook?" Actually, no. We decided to hold off, but once we saw the new Timeline layout, we couldn't resist! It's the perfect way to show off our culture, talk about our 30+ year history, and show our friends why there really is only one CXtec.
Here at CXtec we get to talk to all sorts of customers. We hear from all levels of IT professionals every day, in a number of industries, including healthcare, government, education, financial and manufacturing.
If you are familiar with the 3Com NBX IP phone system, you know that it was declared End of Sale back in June of 2010. That announcement covered the works - chassis, gateway modules, memory upgrades,etc. 3Com/ HP decided on this to focus on their VCX line.
Do you have some old printers, TVs or PCs lying around your house that you'd love to get rid of?
At CXtec, we've been extending product life cycles for decades. It's at the heart of our business. So we're not surprised to see more and more organizations embracing this philosophy these days, with the tough economy forcing us all to do more with less. This strategy is vitally important when it comes to networking equipment, but it's certainly no less important when it comes to voice infrastructures.
Today we are going to talk about compatible SFPs. To most, buying SFPs is an afterthought.
CXtec is headed back to Enterprise Connect in Orlando, the industry's top IT communications trade show and conference.
Just last week we posted an announcement about our CABLExpress® division breaking new ground with the innovative Ladder Rack Enclosure. Well, with today’s news, we’re putting last week’s post into the category of You Ain’t Seen Nothin’ Yet! Do the words “industry best” grab your attention?
At CXtec, our equal2new pre-owned network hardware and phones are our customer's favorite choice. They enjoy the reliability, the performance, the price and the lifetime warranty.
PEPPM is a national technology bidding and purchasing program for K-14 schools and agencies, libraries, four-year colleges and universities, state and local government and other non-profit organizations.
Here at CXtec we're always collaborating with customers on how to find the optimum, most cost-effective way to deliver top-notch networking infrastructures. We accomplish this using a number of techniques and strategies, not the least of which is a quality spares program.
With the announcement of the new iPad, everyone is thinking about Apple right now. So, for fun and nostalgia, we thought we would share some old Apple commercials.
Our friends in our CABLExpress® division are at it again. We recently released a brand new product innovation.
It’s called the Ladder Rack Enclosure, and it’s the first copper and fiber enclosure specifically designed to mount directly to overhead conveyance.
The world of network hardware is a place of many interesting topics and discussions.
In September 2010, the Fibre Channel Industry Association (FCIA) ratified the standard for 16Gb Fibre Channel. And while the adoption of new interconnect technology is never immediate, it's important for organizations to begin thinking about how to prepare for this inevitable change.
If you’re looking for Cisco IP phones, we have a couple of suggestions for you.
For the past several years, CXtec has partnered with several American military units deployed overseas. Employees collect and donate care packages, cards, toiletries and other items to send to our United States Service Men and Women, ensuring that they are not forgotten and as a reminder of our gratefulness. We hope to lift the morale of Troops and give them a bit of comfort while they serve far from home.