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Central Technology Solutions Helps Businesses Deploy and Harness the Power of Gigabit Networks

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Leading Unified Communications Provider Shares Huge Development in Tech

Lynchburg & Roanoke —Central Technology Solutions, a leader in unified communications, announced today that the company is helping small to mid-sized business (SMB) owners deploy and harness the power of Gigabit Networks. Central Technology Solutions will educate business owners on how this technology can bolster company-wide productivity, reduce capital investments in IT infrastructure and equip employees with one of the most central assets they need to work effectively –  speed.

Each and every day, more and more businesses migrate to the cloud and they rely more heavily on the cloud than ever before. Gigabit Networks will undoubtedly play a central role in facilitating this transition. Gigabit Networks create faster performance across the board, enabling businesses to run their organizations from the cloud, while simultaneously accessing all of their applications, software, virtual private networks (VPN) and other data seemlessly.

Gigabit Networks are networks that perform at 1000 Mbps (Megabits-Per-Second) and are set to become the new standard for connectivity. In simple terms, Gigabit Networks increase a business’ ability to access important files, data, applications or services which require high-bandwidth connectivity, like streaming to devices without interference or latency. This means that if a company stores their files in the cloud, there’s no more waiting around for the bandwidth to stop lagging. For businesses using videoconferencing solutions, this means no more fuzzy, pixelated pictures and repeatedly dropped calls. This development means an improvement to virtually every single device on the network, for a minimal expenditure. This has opened up the floodgates for businesses to run their entire operation from the cloud because they can put everything on the cloud, virtualizing their entire IT infrastructure.

“Everyone sees massive value in taking their organization to the cloud,” stated Thomas Vaughan, President at Central Technology Solutions. “Those who could foresee this eventuality, were the early players to enter the managed IT services marketplace. At Central Technology Solutions, our clients love the enhanced security of the cloud, they love the easy access to applications on any device and the ability to bring their own device to the network. However, the one issue that organizations used to run into when they would attempt to transition to the cloud was that network speeds couldn’t handle the demands of the business. Gigabit Networks have ended this problem. They are so fast, have such strong connectivity and fuel the high-perfromance of virtually everything else. Moving to gigabit is like going from horse-drawn carriages to Formula One cars. Your competition will need more than luck to keep up.”

 

About Central Technology Solutions

Founded in 1975, Central Technology Solutions is committed to establishing and maintaining a dynamic partnership with every customer. Extensive technology and service experience allows the Central Technology Solutions team to develop an understanding of each customer's unique telecommunications requirements, and to respond to those requirements quickly and effectively.

Central Technology Solutions is proud to be among the top nationwide distributors of quality telecommunications and voice mail products. Our team of industry certified technicians is on call 24-hours a day with access to extensive on-site equipment inventories for fast and efficient response to customer requests. Even our customer service representatives are factory certified, ensuring the highest level of customer support available.

Central Technology Solutions understands the critical role a telephone and data system plays in the smooth operation, growth and success of every business. By working with each customer to establish a telecommunications and data strategy based on the highest quality product and service standards, Central Technology Solutions ensures optimum system performance and customer satisfaction for years to come.

For more information on Central Technology Solutions, please call (434) 237-4300 (Lynchburg) or (540) 777-3377 (Roanoke) or visit www.TeamCTS.com.

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