The willingness of entities worldwide to buy and sell used and new network hardware with our company validates our global strategy.
Oklahoma City, OK (PRWEB) October 25, 2011
NetworkEquipment.net continued its strategy of maximizing international business in under served markets with the shipment to a new customer in Cambodia. With this transaction, NetworkEquipment.net has now done business in 91 countries and on every continent (except Antarctica).
NetworkEquipment.net continues to create an international list of customers with diverse cultures, locations, languages and specifications. Many of these transactions are occurring in geographic locations that are not reached by the traditional reseller market. Some are in areas that seem remote based on their location and their population’s internet connectivity rate. All of these locations offer a timely opportunity for worldwide expansion.
Concerning this, Hal Stevens, CEO, said: “The willingness of entities worldwide to buy and sell used and new network hardware with our company validates our global strategy. NetworkEquipment.net feels privileged to be able to work with for-profit companies, governmental agencies, NGO's, educational and research facilities, and non-profits around the world.”
NetworkEquipment.net specializes in assisting customers of all sizes with their critical network equipment needs. It tests equipment to the highest standard in the industry minimizing requests to return merchandise. Some equipment for international shipments is packed in specially made crates for extra protection during its journey. NetworkEquipment.net has a proprietary customer service program that assigns a dedicated Network Equipment Specialist to assist customer through all phases of a transaction. This program reinforces the importance of repeat business while delivering a high rate of customer satisfaction.
NetworkEquipment.net, is a privately held company, that both buys and sells, out of channel, new and used network hardware, from Cisco Systems, Juniper Networks, Extreme Networks, Brocade Communications Systems, Redback Networks, Force 10 Networks, F5 Networks, HP, IBM, and phone equipment, from Avaya and others. To find out more, please visit http://www.NetworkEquipment.net.
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