Extreme Networks has announced its Trade In, Trade Up promotion, a limited-time offer where customers can exchange eligible legacy Extreme or Enterasys-branded switches for credit towards the company’s latest high-performance mobility and cloud-enabled switching platforms. This promotion supports the company’s commitment to transitioning customers to industry-leading software-led networking solutions built on leading, high-performance switching platforms and is part of the company’s broader initiative to enable customers to better support the mobile enterprise. The promotion was introduced on 1st December, 2015 and is valid through 30th June, 2016.
Customers will be able to upgrade existing switching infrastructure to future proof their enterprises, support BYOD initiatives and enable the mobile workforce. Upgrading to the latest ExtremeSwitching, ExtremeWireless and ExtremeControl solutions allows customers to address their business needs.
Bob Gault, Executive Vice President of Worldwide Sales, Services, and Channels, Extreme Networks commented “With our Trade In, Trade Up program, we’re rewarding customers who have been using Extreme’s solutions and want our latest, best-in-class technology. Customer service and loyalty are top priorities for us and we consistently strive to deliver the best incentives and benefits to every company deploying an Extreme Networks solution. Given the rate at which technology is evolving, it’s crucial that we’re not only developing top-tier products, but also making them easily available to our customers.”
Nick Burrows, Proposition Development Director, Alternative added “As the demands on the network continually evolve based on the adoption of new applications and increased user expectation, it’s important to provide customers with a straight forward and affordable way to migrate away from the legacy infrastructures that hold them back. Extreme’s ‘Trade In, Trade Up’ promotion allows customers to do exactly that and is typical of their commitment to helping partners and customers optimise the services they deliver.”
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