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NWN Corporation Acquires the Networking Business of Xcelecom 
Acquisition Makes NWN One of North America’s Largest Networking Services Companies

Government, Education & Contracts


DSi represents solutions on the following NC State contracts through our sister company, 4Front Systems Inc. For details please contact your DSi/4Front (an NWN Company) Account Manager.

Cisco - ITS Voice Telecommunications Equipment and Services Contract (725B and ITS-000910)
Cisco - ITS Voice Maintenance Contract
Cisco - City of Jacksonville Local Government Contract
HP - printers and PC’s
Network Appliance
Short Term IT Staffing Contract ITS-002441
ITS Technical Services Contract ITS-000748-OE

Meet the Experts


Our Experts Wireless Cisco Access Point Differences Cisco offers a variety of access points today. Here is a brief look at some of the differences between the various models:

Implementation & Project Management


This phase of a project is critical to assuring ROI. The DSi/4Front (an NWN Company) team of services professionals are committed to customer service, are skilled and experienced in industry best practices and are supported by on-staff PMP-certified resources. DSi's Project Methodologies ensure customer expectations are understood, met and/or exceeded by engaging the appropriate resources to execute projects. DSi always develops a written scope of work that defines roles that are engaged in each project, and the resources that are engaged to fulfill those roles.

Consulting & Design


After an assessment we’ll meet with you and your team to review our findings and present documentation. Cost and benefits of implementing the recommended changes will also be reviewed.

Infrastructure Consulting and Design:

Assessments & Planning


Good investments in IT begin with an accurate understanding of your current environment. DSi/4Front (an NWN Company) recommends a thorough assessment so our technical consultants can identify problems and obtain a baseline of network performance. A strategic plan can then be created to efficiently deploy solutions and lay the groundwork for future migrations.

I nfrastructure Assessments:

Contract Services


An important aspect of the DSi/4Front (an NWN Company) business is providing qualified IT supplemental staffing. Our Contract Services group can provide your IT department with the people and knowledge necessary to maintain the fast-paced momentum in your department. We place reliable, certified  Cpntract services picture contractors, backed by our knowledge and experience.

Infrastructure Services


To provide state-of-the-technology network communications systems, a strong standards-compliant foundation is required. To achieve this we have DSi/4Front (an NWN Company) infrastructure services with BICSI certifications and on-staff RCDD resources. Our team of infrastructure technicians  Infrastructure Applications can assess, test and document your structured cabling systems to determine convergence readiness. They will make the necessary corrections to assure you can deploy IP-enabled applications.

Network Security


Every organization has data, facilities, and workflow processes that are mission critical to their success. As more organizations make greater use of Internet technologies, it becomes critical that businesses defend their networks against attacks from outside and from  Network Security Applications inside their organizations. Productivity gains and returns on company investments are at risk if the network is not defended. Robust security is an absolute requirement for today's mission-critical networks.

Systems & Data Storage


In today’s fast-paced, mission-critical computing environment, organizations of all types are challenged to maintain the availability and reliability of computing systems. By partnering with the leading providers of network operating systems, messaging platforms and Storage Applications archival/retrieval systems, DSi/4Front (an NWN Company) is a full-service solutions provider.


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