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Analyzing the Hard Numbers for Your Campus LAN - A Total Cost of Ownership Comparison

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Vendors products are often qualified on soft measures: reputation, reliability and quality of customer service, making it difficult for IT managers to make direct comparisons. One option is to evaluate the Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) to assess direct and indirect benefits and costs related to the purchase of new network infrastructure. This white paper reveals recent research from Info-Tech that compared the Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) of the campus LAN enterprise portfolio from HP against the LAN/Campus switching designs from Cisco. Download this white paper to review the results and find out who came out on top. 

Tags : smb, hp networking, networking, lan, campus, ownership, tco, vendors
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Published:  May 08, 2012
Length:  12
Type:  White Paper