Is your Cisco hardware at the End of Service Life? This is not a problem, the DC parts can help you.
When is a Cisco device coming or is it already at the end of its useful life (End of Service Life)? In other words, it means that Cisco will no longer provide technical support or maintenance for your hardware.
It may seem that you only have two options: upgrade to newer equipment or take on the heavy burden of troubleshooting, saving and fixing EOSL equipment. However, there are better options that you should consider.
In conclusion, we make it easy to find the latest end-of-life (EOL) and end-of-service (EOSL) information for your Cisco hardware. In other words, allowing you to extend the support cycle and maximize the value of your hardware, saving 30 to 40% over the Cisco contract.
If you have a san, switch, router or any other piece of equipment that Cisco no longer supports. Enter in contact us, that we can help extend the life of your Cisco equipment.
Cisco End of Service Life Models
Third-party maintenance for Cisco End-of-Life (EOL) and Cisco End-of-Service-Life (EOSL)
A DC Parts made an analysis on more than 250 customer contracts that use storage, servers, networks and tapes and showed us that 40-60% of the equipment of these customers operate beyond the end dates of support.
There are simple options for you to reduce your expenses and feel more confident about your IT infrastructure. When you choose a custom solution to extend the life of your IT equipment, you can make big savings.
How can we help:
We offer our customers a unique assessment to help analyze their OEM support contracts and understand exactly which devices can be supported in the most affordable way, without compromising their performance.