It’s Time to Start Saving on Cisco Catalyst 4900M Switch Maintenance

May 6, 2016

Cisco announced that several of its products will be EOS during the next six months, including the popular top-of-rack Cisco Catalyst 4900M switch (Oct. 30, 2016). But, increasingly, particularly once Cisco’s EOS is in effect, users don’t see the value in subscribing to their expensive SMARTnet maintenance program just to receive infrequent, low priority software […]

Are You Managing a Technology Merger or IT Acquisition?

April 14, 2016

A successful IT integration strategy is reliant upon an experienced team specializing in complex user migration By Owen Grohman, Director of Services Facing the complexity of managing a user migration as a result of a corporate acquisition or healthcare merger can be overwhelming for even the most experienced technology team. IT professionals get new responsibilities […]

Where Does Worldwide Supply’s New and Pre-owned Telecommunications Equipment Come From?

March 16, 2016

Since many of the network hardware products we sell are pre-owned, we think it’s important to be upfront about how we accumulate our inventory. By doing so, we hope to clarify any misperceptions about the reliability of current and previous generation refurbished telecommunications equipment. At Worldwide Supply, the chances of you ever having a performance […]

Three Years of Downward Trending ARPU Continues to Impact Big 4 Wireless Carrier’s Bottom Line

March 10, 2016

By Chris Ramirez, Area Vice President of Business Development, Orange County, CA While the overall outlook for the Tier 1 wireless carriers continues to look positive, there is one stubborn statistic which hasn’t really budged for the past three years, the Average Revenue Per User (ARPU). In fact, it’s been trending downward. This trend impacts […]


February 8, 2016

By Christine Newman, Senior Account Manager Last year, the Federal Communications Commission authorized 10 telecommunications carriers (AT&T, Cincinnati Bell, CenturyLink, Consolidated Communications, Fairpoint Communications, Frontier Communications, Hawaiian Telcom, Micronesian Telecom, Verizon and Windstream Communications) to receive nearly $9 billion for rural broadband deployment projects via Phase II of the Connect America Fund. Together with the […]

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