22 is the winner of a $25.00 gift certificate to Nico’s in the Pac Center. Last night was fun, great food and good company. See you next year, be well
Brian K. Taylor I enjoyed meeting you all at today’s GNEC event. I hope to see you next year, be well
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Cisco Names WestUC Service Provider of the Year, Americas
West Receives Geographical Region Award as Americas Service Provider of the Year at Cisco Partner Summit 2017
CHICAGO, Americas – November 2, 2017 – West’s Unified Communications Services today announced that it is the recipient of a Cisco® Partner Summit Geographical Region award for Service Provider of the Year, Americas. Cisco unveiled the winners during its annual partner conference taking place this week in Dallas, Texas.
Awarded to channel partners who rise to business challenges, the Cisco Partner Summit Global awards are designed to recognize superior business practices and reward best-in-class methodologies. Areas of consideration include innovative processes, architecture-led successes, strategic business outcome-focused programs, seizing new opportunities, and sales approaches.
“Cisco is proud to work together with leading partners to drive the digital transformation, creating powerful solutions and fresh approaches to meet the needs of our customers,” said Rick Snyder, senior vice president, Americas Partner Organization at Cisco. “It is an honor to recognize West with a Cisco Partner Summit Geo-Region award as Partner of the Year, further underscoring its outstanding accomplishments in the Americas.
“We are honored to be acknowledged by Cisco as Service Provider of the Year for the Americas region,” said Randy McGraw, senior vice president of technology and operational services for West’s Unified Communications Services. “We value our relationship with Cisco and we feel that receiving this recognition is further testament to our ability to provide seamless UCaaS to the enterprise.”
Cisco Partner Summit Geographical Regional awards reflect the top-performing partners within specific technology markets across the geographical region. All award recipients are selected by a group of Cisco Global Partner Organization and regional executives.
Cisco and the Cisco logo are registered trademarks or trademarks of Cisco Systems, Inc. and/or its affiliates in the United States and certain other countries. All other trademarks mentioned in this document are the property of their respective owners. The use of the word partner does not imply a partnership relationship between Cisco and any other company.
One of our WI-FI partners made the news not too long ago. Let us help you improve or install wit the same technology they used at Yankee Stadium
The Reading Terminal Market has finally replaced its 10-year-old Wi-Fi system – just in time for the Democratic National Convention, when the market will open an hour earlier as part of a test run of a potential new schedule.
Consumers expect reliable Wi-Fi at establishments like bars, restaurants and destinations like Reading Terminal, which for months had been sifting through proposals from Wi-Fi providers in order to have a new system installed by the time the DNC begins on July 25.
“The difference is this works,” General Manager Anuj Gupta said. “It works, it’s available, and it’s available throughout the market.”
The Wi-Fi service is from Comcast Corp., and the hardware is from manufacturer Ruckus, whose customers include St. Joseph University, Time Warner Arena in Charlotte, North Carolina, the World Cup Stadiums in Brazil and Kimpton Hotels & Restaurants.
West Chester, Pennsylvania-based WiFi Integrators for Innovation Inc. designed, installed, tested and configured the network.
“It’s an important convenience to provide to customers,” Gupta said. “As any great public space, there’s almost an expectation that Wi-Fi is provided.”
About 88 percent of consumers said Wi-Fi should be available everywhere, all of the time, according to a survey by Devicescape, a wireless networking software developer. More than 58 percent of respondents said Wi-Fi should be more readily available in public locations like hotels and the like.
Reading Terminal will continue testing the Wi-Fi service over the next month and garner feedback for any dead spots, Gupta said.
The market — which will host DNC parties almost every night after hours during the week of the convention (including one by the Democratic Governors Association) — will be opening its doors at 7 a.m. during the convention, an hour earlier than it typically opens.
The earlier schedule will only be implemented during the DNC, but there will be plans to extend that after the convention. Plans will be finalized this summer with a slated launch in the fall, either late September or early October.
The goal is twofold: Serve early-bird customers and nearby residents, and to compete with the growing landscape.
Common implies that there’s a single ordinary pathogen to blame for your runny nose, coughing, and mild fatigue. Actually, there’s a huge array of viruses—more than 200 of them—that induce colds, each with its own means of evading your body’s defenses. For this reason alone, it’s unlikely that a catchall “cure for the common cold” will ever be found. These are crazy cold symptoms you probably never knew about.
When you get sick, your body doesn’t want to do anything other than tackle the virus. If you do ignore the symptoms and go about your normal routine, the cold can have an even more negative impact on your health—and your brain. In a study of nearly 200 people published in Brain, Behavior, and Immunity, researchers found that those with colds reported poor alertness, a negative mood, and psychomotor slowing—their thought processes were muddied, and their reaction times were slower than those of healthy folks. (This is how long a cold lasts.)
We are a publicly traded $150 million co with approx. 300 employees. (and this is not counting our acquisition of Birch Communications which is closing very soon and they are larger in size that us)We own our network and we own our platform, we are not reselling other co’s platforms.Our Hosted platform is 12+ years old and best news for them is we happen to be local in Fairfield NJ on Rt 46 which is where we roll our own truck with our own people for the installs.We are 24x7x365 and we have 2 NOC’s (one in NJ, not that that really matters) that are also 7x24x365 and our NOC’s are in the US and Fusion manned.
Although most of our base is what I consider small to medium size clients we have amazing large co’s that are our clients who have done their due dillegence before signing up with us. They can see a lot of very impressive names on our Website.
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We do everything for Metro North, we’ve provided all the circuits to the US Census in the past.
They are very welcome to come to our office and we can offer them a demo and I can show them around and I guarantee they will be impressed.
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