TITLE

MOUNTAIN WEST TELECOM WINS LINUX NETWORX SERVICE CONTRACT

PUB. DATE
May 2005
SOURCE
Networks Update;May2005, pN.PAG
SOURCE TYPE
Trade Publication
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
This article reports on the contract won by Mountain West Telecom of Murray, Utah, the region's premier telecommunications solutions provider, with Linux Networx to service and maintain its current Mitel telecommunications system. Linux Networx, a high-end computing systems provider, turned to Mountain West Telecom's highly regarded Service Protection Plan (SPP), signing a four-year Platinum Plan agreement. The most comprehensive of Mountain West Telecom's three SPP options, the Platinum Plan includes 24-hour on-site and remote service, emergency service, training, preventative maintenance, dedicated dispatch, onsite moves and carrier support. As part of the agreement, Mountain West Telecom also helped Linux Networx to make better use of its existing system by training four Linux Networx employees as system administrators to troubleshoot errors and provide daily support. Mountain West Telecom also installed new handsets for Linux Networx to accommodate 25 additional personnel. Linux Networx is one of Utah's fastest growing technology companies and secured $40 million in funding in 2004 from Oak Investment Partners and Tudor Ventures, making it the largest single investment in a Utah company in 2004. Linux Networx is a leading provider of Linux-based supercomputing systems, and has built some of the fastest computing systems in the world.
ACCESSION #
16816397

 

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