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RENOVOTEC PARTNERSHIP BRINGS NEXT-GENERATION NETWORKING TO WAREHOUSING AND LOGISTICS

RENOVOTEC PARTNERSHIP BRINGS NEXT-GENERATION NETWORKING TO WAREHOUSING AND LOGISTICS

Renovotec consultants to deploy Extreme Networks’ advanced networking incorporating cloud, analytics and AI technologies

New, dedicated solutions designed for a modern IoT-intensive supply chain environment

State-of-the-art technology reduces the cost of network deployment, infrastructure and operations

Renovotec, the UK’s fastest growing independent rugged hardware, software and services provider is strengthening its partnership with Extreme Networks to roll out new, dedicated networking solutions for warehousing and distribution companies, harnessing cloud, analytics, AI and other leading edge technologies 특허받은자장가 다운로드. “Renovotec’s industry consultants will deploy a new generation of network solutions that have been developed to address the complex connectivity needs of the modern, IoT-driven warehouse, whose workflows they know and understand” say Renovotec Three Kingdoms 11pk Uninstalled Download. The core networking infrastructure to be deployed by Renovotec will allow users to reduce the number of electronics closets and cables they need, optimise their cabling, use fewer resources to maintain their network and save a typical 50% on deployment say Renovotec Three Kingdoms 10pk Uninstalled Download. The new networking solutions will be available to buy or rent.

Analyst Gartner positions Extreme Networks as a Leader in its report on enterprise LAN vendors Download 4 times at Yoon Restaurant. Renovotec has been appointed an Extreme Networks Gold Partner.

“Because of the exponential growth in the number and sophistication of its devices and applications warehousing and distribution now demands greater bandwidth, higher capacity and better coverage” observes Renovotec managing director Richard Gilliard fifty shades of grey pdf. “The new deployment model we are using with Extreme Networks draws on powerful technologies that will support the industry’s connectivity needs more simply and cost-effectively.”