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Networks First head of queue for Extreme and Enterasys services partnership

Networks First today announces it has become one of the first UK partners of Extreme Networks (Extreme), the leading global network infrastructure company, to offer services and support for both Extreme and Enterasys technologies, since the acquisition of Enterasys in November 2013.  The new partnership enables partners of Extreme and Enterasys a single route and…read more

Networks First restructures senior management in services and channel push

Networks First, the managed network specialists, today announces it is restructuring its senior management team in a major services and channel push. Tom Mulvaney, Networks First’s current Finance Director, is appointed Managing Director, Peter Titmus who acted as interim MD since January 2013 as well as Chairman is now focusing on the Chairman role.  Over…read more

Network Services Specialist Passes On Word-of-Mouth Benefits

A Midlands-based network infrastructure specialist is leading the way in delivering a value for money range of services to channel partners – and independent market research indicates that its reputation is based on word-of-mouth.   One of the UK’s leading suppliers of network services for converged infrastructures, Networks First – which has satellite offices located…read more

Cheshire Fire and Rescue Service reduces operational risk and increases workforce efficiency through infrastructure upgrade with Networks First

Cheshire Fire and Rescue Service has completed a wireless infrastructure upgrade with managed networks specialist, Networks First. The upgrade ensures timely and automated technical, operational and community safety data automatically syncs to the Service’s fire engines,  providing vital information to before they arrive on scene at the emergency. The network enables far greater mobile working…read more

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