CXtec can help you get extra cash for your IT budget. We know what you're thinking: "Yeah, right."
Here's the thing: we're not kidding. We can bolster your budget, and help you get rid of those old switches, routers and phones you have lying around.
If the Cisco 7942 and 7940 are essentially the same phone, why pay way more to get features you might not need? Katie, CXtec's Voice Product Manager, explains the difference between the Cisco 7940 and 7942 phones. Check it out and put your mind at ease that you're getting the right price on the right phone for you!
We wanted to provide some information to help answer some frequently asked questions. The Cisco ASA is something many users have questions about, so here is a brief summary with a list of resources you can view when and however you like.
It seems lots of people want to know how to configure a Cisco router. This article is meant to provide a bunch of resources to help people with this. We've tried to organize these resources and list them out, so that you can bookmark this page and use the information any way you'd like and at your own leisure.
For the 8th year in a row, CXtec is partnering with CABLExpress and TERACAI for Cables for a Cure® in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
Purchasing used anything - cars, clothes, electronics, even books - gives us a feeling of apprehension not associated with buying new. Why is that?
What do they have in common? "Scotty, I need more power!" While I’m not named Scotty, I hear this request frequently and often in relation to gig transceivers. I need more distance. I need to go over 900 feet on my multimode fiber. I need to achieve transwarp beaming!
What does UNEDA stand for?
UNEDA stands for the United Network Equipment Dealers Association.
What does UNEDA do?
UNEDA is an organization comprised of the top used network hardware dealers in the industry from all over the world. They collaborate to promote industry best practices in order to achieve the highest quality standards. UNEDA also works to eliminate counterfeit and fraud within the used network hardware industry.
CXtec Vice President of Operations and Administration, Barbara Ashkin, recently visited Laura Hand at CNY Central to talk about our upcoming e-waste collection event:
For over 15 years, the Cisco Catalyst switch series has been the foundation of Cisco's networking product line. So what does the introduction of the Cisco Nexus and NX-OS mean for organizations who have built their networking infrastructure around the Catalyst and IOS?
We're proud of our warehouse in Syracuse, NY. So proud, in fact, that the name "warehouse" doesn't quite do it justice - so we call it the Technology Certification and Distribution Center (or TCDC for short). "Technology Certification" because it's where our equal2new voice and networking equipment is received, tested, undergoes quality control and is shipped to your doorstep. "Distribution" because we have over 250.000 products already in stock and ready to ship.
Meet us at booth #617 at Interop, New York, October 5-6, to find out how CXtec can turn your old networking and voice hardware into money. We offer cash, credit or trade for your used equipment - and no one pays more.
CXtec is holding a FREE electronic waste collection event on Saturday, October 8th. The collection will take place at our facility on East Brighton Ave. in Syracuse from 8am to noon.
You see it all the time. Some hot technology is released and people go bonkers for it. And why not? To these people, the product is valuable. People often stand in line for hours to purchase that new product. You buy it, you bring it home (or to the office), you set it up, you play around with it, you read the manual (or not), you find a nice place for it in your home. You love it. Pretty soon you know how to use it really well. You are more productive and you have this product down pat. Then it happens.
Headed to Interop New York? CXtec is once again providing CABLExpress brand cables to InteropNet (formerly known as the NOC), Interop's temporary network.
CXtec and its sister company, TERACAI, were recently featured in an article by Chad Berndtson of CRN, " Solution Providers CXtec, TERACAI: Diversify and Double Down."
The folks over in our cabling manufacturing division, CABLExpress, are pretty hardcore about respecting layer one in the data center. In the OSI model for communications systems, layer one refers to the physical layer of the data center - including cabling infrastructure.
Controller-based wireless networks really changed the face of wireless networking. Overflowing with features, one of the cornerstone highlights was the roaming capability. Simply put, the wireless access points can hand off your wireless call from one to another as you move across your campus.
The business phone has evolved exponentially in a relatively short time span, with added features and capabilities. IT practitioners are challenged with finding the right phone to fit their organization's specific telephony needs - without blowing the budget. Finding that perfect model among a multitude of options can be daunting. View the archived version of "The Evolution of Avaya IP & Digital Phones" to learn the best option for you.