If you’re like many IT or data center If you’re like many IT or data center specialists, you are likely familiar with the support options available through Brocade. However, did you know that your Brocade devices can continue running smoothly with thomastech’s third-party maintenance and support solutions? With our help, you won’t have to replace your Brocade gear before you’re ready or experience downtimes that will cost you more money. Plus, if you’ve got hardware that Brocade no longer supports, we can put your mind at ease since we will cover you for that, too!
When you work with thomastech, your bottom line goes up. Rather than focusing on manufacturer support and maintenance services, you will now have time to increase your ability to reinvent and expand your company.
Expert support team is available 24/7, and service response times are 4 hours or less.
A specialized stocking strategy based on your comfort level will be created to suit your company’s needs, and we will always keep you informed of what’s in stock.
We deliver support and maintenance for devices no longer supported by Brocade, so you won’t be caught off guard having to upgrade before you’re ready.
We build custom contracts and services to serve the needs of small, midsize and large companies. At thomastech, we deliver expert service, support and maintenance for complete server and storage environments using Brocade hardware.
When you partner with thomastech for support and maintenance of your Brocade device(s), you will get immediate access to our 24-hour help desk, built-in escalation and fast service response by certified engineers.
thomastech engineers have extensive knowledge in and experience with current and past brands, as well as many types of hardware. This allows us to provide flexible and customer-centered service options since we are able to look at problems from different angles.
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