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June 10, 2013
Cisco News - Baynetwork Continues Offering Cisco 2960G Switches
By Anuradha Shukla, TMCnet Contributor
The company has increased testing and inventory of Cisco Catalyst 2960G Switches and says that customers should not upgrade their equipment just because Cisco has made new product announcements.
“Cisco End-of-Life announcements don’t have to be the end all tell all to your network’s routers & switches,” said Jason E. Sutherland , web and marketing director at Baynetwork, a re-seller of new, pre-owned, refurbished and used network hardware equipment.
Giving hope to all customers worried by Cisco end-of-life announcement, Baynetwork says that it will leverage more than fifteen years of experience in the secondary market of IT premier brand network equipment to help its clients.
Companies and datacenters of all sizes will be able to keep legacy network hardware available and affordable with the help of Baynetwork that recognizes the challenge associated with upgrading equipment.
Government, datacenters and enterprises are often faced with the dilemma of choosing between upgrading and maintaining equipment. Baynetwork is focused on helping these companies make confident decisions about deploying new, refurbished and used Cisco routers and switches.
As an established Value Added Reseller and Silicon Valley Managed IT Services company, Baynetwork has on its rolls several in-house team of testing engineers that have access to a global inventory of pre-owned, refurbished and used network equipment.
Together these engineers work towards helping companies make an informed decision when considering buying Cisco Catalyst 2960G Switches that have reached end of their life (EOL).
Baynetwork was in news earlier this year for strengthening focus on managed IT services in Silicon Valley. The company has expanded its Menlo Park, CA (News - Alert). office and now has a larger warehouse.
These moves have resulted in a boom in IT network equipment sales and an increased demand for managed IT services.
Edited by Alice Koganova