Sarasota, FL (Vocus/PRWEB) January 19, 2011
Inspired by the company’s robust performance as a premier reseller of IT equipment, xByte Technologies of Sarasota, FL continues to give back to the community even after the holidays. This leading global IT equipment dealer pays it forward by donating two sets of Dell PowerEdge Servers to the Blossom Montessori School for the Deaf in Clearwater, Florida.
“This is our way of showing our gratitude for the year that brought xByte to an unprecedented level of growth,” says Tom Santilli, CEO of xByte Technologies.
“I can’t thank you enough for giving us the technology to bring our school into the 21st Century,” said Richard Engwall, Blossom Montessori School President in a letter to Mr. Santilli on January 6. “For many years, we have been making use of outdated servers resulting in very limited data storage capabilities, very slow speeds and a very unreliable platform,” he stressed. Mr. Engwall cited that such IT conditions had severely limited the school’s ability to deliver quality service for its students, staff and their families.
“Your contribution will allow us to provide our students and staff with technology that simply would otherwise not be possible within our regular school budget,” Richard Engwall added.
Founded in 2003, Blossom (http://www.blossomschool.org) has established itself as a front runner in the search for an effective and efficient way to teach children who are deaf or hard of hearing. Offering a totally different approach to deaf education, coupled with a Montessori curriculum that provides a visual, tactile, and engaging lessons, it is the only school in Florida with this type of curriculum, and one of only two such schools in the United States.
xByte Technologies (http://www.xbyte.com) is a premier reseller of IT equipment with a history of quality service for nearly 10 years. They specialize in servers, storage, and parts for Dell, HP, and IBM. With over 100,000 parts and servers in stock, they can have orders delivered in less than 24 hours.