Improving technological efficiency

Saturday, April 21, 2012

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IK Electric uses this energy-efficient Enterasys S-Series Internet Protocol network infrastructure equipment — which is ideal for large organizations such as school districts, colleges and businesses — with numerous users of the IP network
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IK Electric uses this energy-efficient Enterasys S-Series Internet Protocol network infrastructure equipment — which is ideal for large organizations such as school districts, colleges and businesses — with numerous users of the IP network

Green means go fast — speed-of-light fast — and improving efficiency is as green as it gets. IK Electric is grate to have played a role in moving Arkansas forward for the past 94 years. In the early 1900s, as electricity proliferated in the state, IK dug a lot of holes, set a lot of poles and connected people. Today the disruptive force of the Internet on organizational efficiency means staying connected all of the time. Unique because of its difference, IK Electric is not your average electrical contractor, IT or phone system reseller. IK Electric is a leading provider of end-to-end, turn-key Internet Protocol-based (IP) solutions and the systems that power them.

One of these systems is IP Telephony (IPT) — Voice Over Internet Protocol (VOIP) — and it's coming to a phone near you. The Advanced IP network and electrical power that enable the system can streamline and secure a customer's operations. IPT will super-charge organizations' mobility and communications efficiency and, therefore, speed.

"Power Over Ethernet" (POE) says it all, and IK provides POE systems to the largest law firm, engineering form and investment bank in Arkansas.

Green is built into the solutions that IK provides. VIrtualization technologies, based user-access control, unified threat management, enterprise class routing and switching designs all provide the launch pad for going green.

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