- Business budgetary constraints — Constrains which dictates the need to control Total Cost of ownership (TCO) both initial (CaPEx) and long-term ( OpEx) networking costs. Overall construction costs are reduced by the lower material costs and the reduced installation labor costs. These calculations are based on typical material, tax, and labor costs in a major city in the Northeast region of the United States. The cost difference is even higher for areas with higher labor costs. In areas with much lower labor costs the cost savings are still present primarily due to lower material costs.
- Business need to install the latest technology — in terms of network speed, bandwidth, functionality and security — in a way that enables the cost-effective evolution of networks scalable with advancement in technology.
- Business responds to growing concerns about pollution and adoption or acquiring energy efficient or pollution prevention equipment—The environmentally conscientious enterprises seek the greenest possible methods and direction to achieving the above two objectives since "Going Green Makes Good Business Sense " . This is accomplished by deploying LANs that reduce their organizations ’ energy consumption.
- Business needs to make smart decisions in 2011 tax year regarding equipment purchasing and Section 179-
Section 179 is the provision of the US Tax Code that allows businesses to deduct the full purchase price of equipment bought (and put into use) during the 2011 calendar year.(i.e if total cost of equipment is one (1) million dollar section 179 reduces the cost of equipment after Tax saving to $650,000.00 - see More information, details and saving calculator.
- Business needs to take advantage of local and federal programs and grants- These programs are part of the State Energy Program (SEP) funded by the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 (ARRA), which was designed to promote energy efficiency or pollution prevention equipments.
MOTOROLA’S Passive Optical LAN solution is an integrated hardware and software system that provides video, data, Internet, and telephony services. MOTOROLA’S Passive Optical LAN Solution consists of Passive Optical LAN with three (3 ) product groups (OLT, ONT, EMS). SOLUTION PROVIDER’S and MOTOROLA’S Services to SOLUTION PROVIDER’S Customers shall only apply to the Passive Optical LAN equipment listed below (the “Covered Equipment”). Innova Global technology provides Services to its Customer’s entire installed base of Covered Equipment.
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