Several years ago we would never have dreamed that the descendants of Genghis Khan and the Mongol Dynasty would be buying network equipment from us.
Oklahoma City, OK (PRWEB) November 15, 2011
NetworkEquipment.net has, once again, successfully implemented its international business strategy to deliver internet equipment to global under served markets. With a transaction in Mongolia, NetworkEquipment.net has now done business in 92 countries and on every continent (except Antarctica).
By focusing on global opportunities, in addition to it's domestic business, NetworkEquipment.net has created a loyal customer base with diverse cultures, locations, languages and specifications. Many NetworkEquipment.net transactions have taken place in geographic locations long ignored by most branded manufacturers and resellers of networking equipment.
Hal Stevens, NetworkEquipment.net CEO, philosophically related: “Several years ago we would never have dreamed that the descendants of Genghis Khan and the Mongol Dynasty would be buying network equipment from us.”
NetworkEquipment.net specializes in assisting customers of all sizes with their critical network equipment solutions. The company tests equipment to the highest standard in the industry minimizing requests to return merchandise. Some equipment for international shipments are packed in specially made crates for extra protection during its world journey. NetworkEquipment.net has a proprietary customer service program that assigns a dedicated Network Equipment Specialist to assist the 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, HP, Polycom, Extreme Networks, Brocade Communications Systems, Redback Networks, Force 10 Networks, F5 Networks, IBM, and phone equipment, from Avaya and others. To find out more, please visit http://www.NetworkEquipment.net.