Tag: IoT

Mark Lynd Speaks to Oracle OpenWorld Attendees

Mark Lynd Speaks to Oracle OpenWorld Attendees

Mark Lynd, Netsync’s Digital Business Leader, was an invited speaker at the Oracle OpenWorld Conference at the Moscone Center in San Francisco, September 16-19, 2019, one of the largest and most prestigious technology shows of its kind. He will appear on a panel, “Cloud Adoption: Getting Everyone on Board Securely,” on Monday, September 16, and…

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Dark/Lit Fiber Services

Dark/Lit Fiber Services: Which One is Right for You? Providing fiber networks for public sector, enterprise clients, and service providers, Netsync handles dark/lit fiber services from greenfield installs to the critical replacement of legacy networks. With a national focus, we bring turnkey solutions to our clients, working with partners like Cisco, HBK Engineering, and QTS…

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Transceiver Modules

Supporting Large Capacity, High-Speed Optical Communication with Transceiver Modules Optical transceiver (transmitter and receiver) modules are typically deployed to update the communication and data center networks for efficient traffic management at higher speeds by transmitting data through fiber optic cables, using high performance laser optics and photodiodes, rather than copper wire. They convert electrical signals…

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Netsync Poised for Growth in 2019

Houston TX – February 7, 2019 – Netsync, the largest technology VAR in the Texas region for educational institutions, kicks off the new year by launching a new brand identity setting the stage for an aggressive year of growth. Focused initiatives will drive new opportunities in the enterprise and commercial space by partnering with companies…

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Careers

Come Create Your Future Career with Us! Technology defines virtually every aspect of our daily lives. In order to stay ahead of the curve, it requires cutting edge solutions that makes you stand out from the competition. That’s where Netsync comes in. With almost 2o years of experience driving IT solutions in both SLED and…

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Optical/WAN

Greater Capacity and Reduced Operational Costs with Optical/WAN Networks Optical/WAN networks provide next-generation, enterprise-scale speed and data capacity to support the most demanding operational requirements. With massive data transmission abilities, optical/WAN networks allow organizations to consolidate their networks for more efficient management and reduced complexity and transmit data quickly over long distance without corruption or…

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Sensors and Asset Management

Sensors and Asset Management offer Better Integration and Metrics for More Efficient Management In today’s high tech world, sensors and asset management work hand-in-hand to make your business run quicker, more efficiently and more productively. IoT devices offer impactful insights into critical operations affecting variables as diverse as revenue, customer satisfaction and employee productivity by…

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Smart Lighting

Increased Efficiency Through Smart Lighting  IoT technology allows for better management and automation of vital utilities. Smart lighting devices offer integration with existing building and municipal infrastructures, giving managers more intelligent programing options. By operating lights at ideal and strategic periods of the day when they are needed most, building and municipal managers save money…

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Smart Cities

Building the Smart Cities of Tomorrow We’ve long been promised that technology would revolutionize the urban landscape to provide greater convenience, safety and comfort. Gradually, with the aid of IoT technology, that dream is becoming a reality. The Internet of Things has introduced a vast array of new integrated devices offering unprecedented degrees of flexibility…

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Security

Physical and Cybersecurity Strategies to Safeguard Vital Operational Assets With cyberattacks on the rise, it’s never been more important to adopt robust security measures. Security now involves every form of asset – physical, virtual and others. Physical assets remain among the most costly investments. Network infrastructure, data centers, desktop devices and corporate headquarters comprise a…

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