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Precision bags networking order from Apar Infotech

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CHENNAI:Chennai-based Precision Techserve has bagged project worth $ 1,50,000 from Apar Infotech, a global provider of end-to-end tech-business solutions headquartered in Pittsburgh, USA, for implementing end-to-end network infrastructure in their Bangalore development facility.



Precision, a six-year old company started off with selling computer products under the company name Precision Informatic Pvt. Ltd. Later in 1998, it ventured into networking through its product, giving birth to Precision Techserve.



"Getting the project from Apar Infotech was indeed thrilling as Compaq was also competing for the same project. This project was challenging in the sense that we had stiff time target to complete the project, though we have already completed the first phase of the project," said P Ramesh, Director — Consulting Services, Precision Techserve.



The entire network infrastructure is built on Avaya Passive component platform and Cisco — Layer 3 Switching Solutions. The Information Security infrastructure is implemented using Cisco PIX range of products. This facility is also connected to their Pittsburgh facility through IPLC and VPN as fall back option. This project is expected to be executed before the end of January 2003.



Precision Techserve is also planning to set up a state-of-the-art Network Operations Center (NOC) in Chennai which would provide specialized features like remote management of enterprise networks for availability security performance and application distribution.

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