Thursday, 16 April 2009

Extreme Networks Announces New Regional Director

Extreme Networks today announced the appointment of Gary Newbold as its Regional Director for the United Kingdom and Ireland. Newbold is a highly experienced individual, bringing 12 years of telecommunications and data networking experience, acquired at a varied range of leading communication and technology companies, to his new role.

Newbold will lead the Extreme Networks’ direct sales teams, account management teams and support regional channel partners in the UK and Ireland. He will ensure that Extreme Networks continues to provide intelligent network solutions that offer scalability, agility and simplicity for both enterprise, SME and service provider customers.

Tuesday, 14 April 2009

Node4 Ensures Maximum Uptime and Support For Its Hosted Applications

Chloride, one of Europe’s leading suppliers of Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) systems and services, today announced that colocation and managed hosting specialist Node4 has installed Chloride’s 80-NET 200kVA UPS units within its new Wakefield DC3 data centre, in order to ensure maximum uptime and support for all its clients’ hosted applications.

Founded in 2004, Node4 focuses on providing leading hosting, colocation and communications services. By investing in core technologies, Node4 has been able to provide state-of-the-art solutions to organisations including: Ennstone Thistle Ltd, VW Parkway, Watford Football Club and Townscape Products. The new Wakefield data centre provides a total capacity of 450 racks, capable of supporting the multiple applications required to run a modern 21st century business. The new data centre is scheduled to open in Spring 2009.

Extreme Networks Achieves A Perfect Grade With Haberdashers

Extreme Networks today announced that the Haberdashers’ Aske’s Boys’ School (Haberdashers’) has replaced its incumbent 3Com infrastructure with one from Extreme Networks, in order to instil end user confidence and ease the management and maintenance of the entire network. The new network was implemented by Extreme Networks together with its Silver Partner, Avente.

Monday, 6 April 2009

PiMS Workspace Locator Enables Businesses to Optimise the Use of Space and Reduce Costs

PiMS Workspace Locator Enables Businesses to Optimise the Use of
Space and Reduce Costs

New online portal service delivers instant access to schematics and occupancy reports for commercial properties

PiMS Workspace, the leading UK provider of tailored accommodation solutions, has today announced the availability of its Workspace Locator service. The PiMS Workspace Locator provides existing customers with a secure, hosted site where they have access to Computer Aided Design (CAD) building layout drawings and can view occupancy reports - empowering managers to control changes and make informed businesses decisions concerning space use, assets and personnel.

New Chloride UPS Enables Active Organisations To Use Less Energy

Chloride, one of Europe’s leading suppliers of Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) systems and services, today launches its new, improved version of the Active range of single-phase UPS. Incorporating Green Mode function, the new Active range allows automated shutdown of the UPS unit when there is no load supported by it, preventing energy wastage. Active is available from 700-3000VA and provides efficiencies of up to 97%, making it ideal for protecting business critical systems such as servers, networks, workstations and VoIP technologies.

Thursday, 2 April 2009

Hope you're well. I just wanted to send you the latest news from Extreme Networks announcing a groundbreaking new initiative for businesses looking to

Extreme Networks today announced a groundbreaking new initiative for businesses looking to improve the total cost of ownership (TCO) of their networks. By reducing costs through innovation, Extreme Networks is able to reduce costs associated with acquisition, support, and power consumption whilst maximising network uptime and reliability of enterprise networks.

The global slow down has cut IT budgets in nearly all organisations whilst they are trying to maximise customer retention and business profitability. The decrease in budgets has created a plateau where end users are demanding more from fewer network resources. This means that organisations are increasingly looking for innovative solutions that will deliver reliable services at an attractive price point resulting in a lower TCO.