A few weeks ago, we talked about some ways to save on your networking hardware infrastructure in 2012. At CXtec, our value proposition is all about reducing the cost of our customers’ technology investments. With that in mind, we threw out some great ways to better stretch your IT budget.
Recently Cxtec joined one of the finest IT communities in the world.
It's a huge community of information technology professionals that tap into valuable resources, help each other solve problems, research projects and network with their peers. What is this great community? Spiceworks.
Increasing your return on investment in the data center can be as simple as looking at your cabling. Investing in high-performance fiber optic cabling provides distinct advantages over working with standard data center cabling:
Lately we’ve been fielding a number of questions about the differences between the Avaya 1600 Series, 4600 Series, and 9600 Series IP phones. Of course there are a litany of features that separate each series, and several models within each series. It’s really up to the user to determine which features he/she wants or needs in their business setting, and our specialists would be more than happy to help highlight these features.
Everyone is always trying to sell you stuff. Heck, we do, too.
We try our best every day to spread the word about how we keep networks up and costs down with our equal2new pre-owned network hardware, our top quality cable products and NBD hardware replacement services.
On Tuesday, January 24, from 5:30 to 7:30 pm, we will open the doors of our World Headquarters for you to experience our unique culture. Come speak with us – we’ll be offering tours of our facility, information about our world-class organization, and the opportunity to learn more about a new career with CXtec.
We’ve supported Nortel Networks/Bay Networks/SynOptic customers for more than 15 years, and we partnered with Nortel for over ten years as a Premium Advantage Partner. So we understood customers’ confusion and worry when Avaya acquired Nortel a few years ago.
Cisco has created v2 switches designed to consume less power than their predecessors. They have done this for the Catalyst 3650 and 3750 family of switches.
Our Nortel customers are pretty awesome - they're loyal, informed and maintain a high level of product intelligence. Their Nortel infrastructure is like a badge of honor. So what happens to those customers when there's a market disruption and the future of Nortel is unknown?
We’ve been watching the news, and it’s hard not to admit that times are still tough out there. There are a few bright spots, and we remain optimistic that the economy will start rebounding really soon. But we all have to admit that finding creative new ways to optimize our business spending and get the best return on investment we can are still very high priorities.
Networks up...costs down.
That is our mantra here at CXtec. Everything we do is focused on helping our customers get this accomplished.
One very important aspect of achieving maximum uptime and performance while keeping long term costs down is giving the proper attention to cables. That's right. Respect layer one.
Do you know what this is? Calling it a "legacy" piece of equipment is putting it nicely - this hard drive, closer to the size of a record player than the hard drives you see today, is a bit of a dinosaur. We had it on display in our atrium for the past couple days for a fun little internal contest - and also a reminder of our roots.
Everyone at CXtec wishes you a happy and prosperous New Year!
Once all the champagne and party fun wore off, we took a moment to reflect on our 2011, and look forward to 2012.
One of our goals is to use our website and this blog to share a lot of helpful information with our customers and other IT professionals. One way accomplish this is through webinars, and we did several webinars in 2011 covering a variety of networking and cabling topics.
Mark your calendars now: 2012 NY Tech Summit is June 21-22 at Turning Stone Resort & Casino in Verona, NY.
Christmas was yesterday and it was just awesome. We talked a few weeks ago about some stuff on our wish list. Well, maybe we were lucky enough to get some of those things and maybe we weren’t. That part’s not important. What is important is that we had a good time with friends, family and loved ones. We surely did and we hope you did as well.
Wishing you a happy holiday season and a wonderful new year from every here at CXtec! Our team at LIFECYCLExpress got into the holiday spirit with their own Christmas Tree decorated with recycled electronics.
CABLExpress recently held a webinar, "The Five Things You Need to Know Before Migrating to 40/100G Speeds." View the archived version below, or view all of our archived webinars.
We’ve found that sometimes people will overlook how important a refurbishing process is for phones. So much time and energy is spent talking about switches and routers that phones tend to get overlooked. For some reason (maybe because we all have phones in our pockets and take them for granted), phones aren’t given credit for being the sophisticated pieces of technology that they truly are.
Technology Trend Throwback: In 1983, young David Lightman was rockin' the sweet IMSAI 8080 computer. Other notable tech trends of 1983? The WOPR, of course.