Austin, Texas (PRWEB) August 02, 2013
Uplogix, the Global leader in Local Network Device and Machine-to-Machine Management, announced that manufacturing of its Local Manager devices has moved to Creation Technologies in northeast Dallas. With the Uplogix headquarters in Austin, the move makes Texas the home of Local Management.
Uplogix was founded in 2003 and remains privately held. Headquarters for all design, engineering and administrative functions is located in Austin, with sales operations worldwide. The company is now on the fourth generation of the Local Management hardware. Previous manufacturing was at various locations around the world and United States before moving to Texas.
“We’re excited to work with Creation Technologies on manufacturing of our latest hardware,” said Alex Vaughn, director of manufacturing for Uplogix. “They are one of the top electronic manufacturing services companies in the world, and the fact that we are in the same time zone and state as their Dallas business unit is just more upside for both companies.”
“Uplogix offers an important solution to this growing market,” said Sandra Hayes, General Manager of Creation—Dallas. “Its improved security, compliance and network infrastructure performance truly set the company apart. We’re thrilled to be building this sophisticated product, and look forward to a long and successful partnership with the entire Uplogix team.”
Creation Technologies works with a diversified group of Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs) from across North America and worldwide. They focus on delivering creative and tailored solutions that build strong relationships with their customers.
The Uplogix hardware is available in two form factors: the Uplogix 5000 which features expansion bays that accommodate management of 6 to 22 devices; and the Uplogix 500, is a full-featured, compact device that manages up to six devices. Both feature an option slot for a variety of modem types for out-of-band access and are built for reliability with no moving parts, power efficiency and low temperature emissions.
In addition to the Uplogix hardware, the Local Management Platform can be delivered as a virtual machine running on a Cisco SRE blade in a Cisco Integrated Services Router, or as a custom solution that utilizes a virtual version of the Local Management Software running on a server connected to a console server.
For more information on Uplogix Local Managers, please visit http://uplogix.com/products.