Founded in 1999, Integration Partners is a Unified Communications and Data Solutions provider serving enterprises in a range of industries, including healthcare, education, to address their network infrastructure needs. Integration Partners offers integration of LAN and WANs for bandwidth-intensive applications and best-of-breed routers and switches. The company also offers full network visibility by providing enterprise-grade firewalls and access control and authentication. “At our firm, we design and maintain secure network infrastructures from next-generation green data centers to local campuses and remote users,” adds Nahabedian. Integration Partners works with organizations to put together a single communications network using wireless, IP telephony, and cloud computing, amongst others so everyone can stay in touch through their various devices, from any place.
With over a decade of partnership with Juniper Networks, the firm recommends Juniper’s open and scalable solutions to run the world’s largest and most demanding global networks. Integration Partners offers a consultative insight to the IT companies on
We are an engineering firm with roots in enterprise data networking, staffed with professionals who are well certified
A multitude of companies have benefitted from the solutions offered by Integration Partners. In one instance, a company in the distribution and retail industry needed to recharge its data center network in order to support its business growth. The company was also rolling out new retail technologies to its Interstate retail stores. They approached Integration Partners seeking a solution to refresh the data center to support business growth and applications. With the help of Integration Partners’ timely assistance the firm saw a significant reduction in the solution execution time.
Moving forward, Integration Partners plans to continue focusing on providing network solutions. “Data is growing massively and hence there is increasing pressure on the CIO’s to enhance their solutions in network infrastructure. We want to do our best to cater to the growing network infrastructure needs,” concludes Nahabedian.