Cisco® Networking Support
Cisco network switches and routers provide the backbone of thousands of data centers across the world. But as technology moves on, Cisco customers come under increasing pressure to upgrade. Here’s how to push back.
The idea of upgrading to the latest Cisco networking technologies is attractive – delivering increased bandwidth and capacity will certainly help increase operational capacity. And for mission-critical applications, the business case is strong.
But what if the funds for new Cisco network hardware aren’t available? Or if existing systems continue to perform perfectly according to your needs? Do you really have to accept your account manager’s demand for upgrades?
As a completely independent provider of Cisco network hardware support and maintenance, we can protect your infrastructure – even if the OEM warranty has expired.
When you partner with CDS for Cisco network hardware maintenance, you will receive:
- Access to 7x24x365 support from a team of highly qualified, experienced Level 3 engineers.
- Guaranteed Cisco-approved spares for your switches, routers, GBICs and more. A global network of warehouses means we can have parts delivered and installed in as little as 4 hours – anywhere in the world.
- Extend the functional lifespan of your existing network assets to maximize return on investment and reduce the total cost of ownership.
- Fully customizable SLAs that allow you to balance service and price according to budget and operational needs.
CDS provide a full range of proactive support and maintenance services for networking and storage hardware from a range of vendors – including Cisco. Whether you need ongoing support for post-warranty networking equipment, or short-term interim coverage during a platform migration, our Level 3 engineers are here to help.
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