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NHR Offers Branded Optics

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SANTA BARBARA, Calif. -- Network Hardware Resale, the world’s leading provider of pre-owned and new networking solutions, continues to extend its portfolio with the launch of new branded optical transceivers (optics), providing global customers with the tools and expertise necessary to enhance their current networking infrastructure.

Network Hardware Resale now offers its own line of carrier-class, compatible optical transceivers that work with a broad array of vendors, and meet OEM specifications and requirements. Network Hardware Resale’s full selection of optical transceivers are offered at 70%-90% off traditional OEM prices and are tested and verified across a wide range of products and platforms. All testing and order management processes for Network Hardware Resale optics adhere to ISO9001 and TL9000 standards, ensuring the highest standards in equipment testing, customer care, order fulfillment and are covered by a lifetime warranty.

“We’ve continued to evolve to meet customers’ networking needs and budgetary constraints,” said Mike Sheldon, President and CEO of Network Hardware Resale. “With the launch of our Network Hardware Resale branded optics types and form factors, we can support the increase in bandwidth demands our customers are facing today. Having shipped more than 40 thousand pieces of optical equipment in the first half of 2012, our optics business continues to gain momentum, enhancing our clients’ network in efficiency, reliability and satisfaction.”

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