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OEM
  1. Partnered with an OEM (original equipment manufacturer) client to help them set up and maintain an exclusive network of repair shops that were deemed OEM certified. This would help repair shops attract more business and help the OEM ensure that their vehicles were being repaired safely and accurately.
  2. Kaiti Norton Pronounced as separate letters, OEM is an acronym for original equipment manufacturer. An OEM is a company that produces and distributes something in bulk (a hardware component, accessory, software program, etc.) to be branded and sold under a different company’s portfolio. OEMs may also be called contract manufacturers.
  3. Oem Network Switch - Select 2021 high quality Oem Network Switch products in best price from certified Chinese Fast Network Switch manufacturers, Gigabit Network Switch suppliers, wholesalers and factory on Made-in-China.com.

In the past, large network equipment providers (NEPs) were providing systems as appliances for operators. They purchased customized OEM equipment (from our team amongst others) and sold it onto service providers. Dell EMC continues to do this today as the worldwide leader in OEM solutions.

Networking hardware typically refers to equipment facilitating the use of a computer network. Typically, this includes routers, switches, access points, network interface cards and other related hardware. This is a list of notable vendors who produce network hardware.

Routers[edit]

  • Aerohive Networks[1][2]
  • Alaxala Networks[3]
  • Alcatel - Stellar
  • Aruba Networks - acquired by HPE
  • Avaya - acquired Nortel, networking business sold to Extreme Networks[4]
  • Brocade - acquired Vyatta, purchased by Broadcom[5]
  • Dell - acquired Force10
  • D-Link[6]
  • Enterasys - acquired by Extreme Networks in 2013[7]
  • Ericsson - acquired Redback
  • HPE - acquired 3Com and Aruba Networks
  • Huawei Routers[8][9][10][11]
  • LANCOM Systems[12]
  • Linksys - acquired by Belkin
  • Meraki - acquired by Cisco Systems
  • Nokia[13]
  • Nokia Networks[14]
  • Open Mesh - acquired by Datto
  • RAD Data Communications[15]
  • Ruckus Networks - acquired by Brocade; acquired by ARRIS
  • Technicolor[16]
  • Xirrus - acquired by Cambium[17]

Network Switches[edit]

  • Avaya - acquired Nortel
  • Brocade Communications Systems - acquired Foundry Networks - was acquired by Ruckus Networks, An ARRIS company and Extreme Networks
  • Enterasys - acquired by Extreme Networks
  • HPE - acquired ProCurve, 3Com, H3C, TippingPoint and Aruba Networks
  • LANCOM Systems[18]
  • Linksys - acquired by Belkin
  • Mellanox - acquired by NVIDIA
  • Meraki - acquired by Cisco Systems
  • Open Mesh - acquired by Datto
  • Ruckus Networks - acquired some Brocade product lines; Ruckus was acquired by ARRIS; Arris International was acquired by CommScope

Wireless[edit]

  • Aruba - acquired by HPE
  • AVM[19]
  • Enterasys - acquired by Extreme
  • Juniper - acquired Trapeze & Mist
  • LANCOM Systems[20]
  • Linksys - acquired by Belkin
  • Meraki - acquired by Cisco
  • Meru - acquired by Fortinet
  • Open Mesh - acquired by Datto
  • Ruckus Networks - acquired by Brocade; then acquired by ARRIS; then acquired by CommScope
  • Xirrus - acquired by Cambium Networks

Network interface card[edit]

  • Broadcom (includes former Avago and Emulex)
  • Cavium (formerly QLogic)

Server appliance[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^'Deals of the Day: Jos. A. Bank Buying Eddie Bauer'.
  2. ^'Aerohive networks Files for $75 Million IPO'.
  3. ^'Alaxala Networks'. Bloomberg. Retrieved 2017-07-04.
  4. ^Natalie Gagliordi (March 7, 2017). 'Avaya sells networking business to Extreme Networks for $100 million'. ZD Net. Retrieved January 24, 2018.
  5. ^'Chipmaker Broadcom to buy network gear maker Brocade for $5.5 billion'. reuters.com. 2016-11-02. Retrieved 2016-11-02.
  6. ^Bloomberg Businessweek. 'D-Link Corp.' Retrieved 11 July 2012.
  7. ^Enterasys Networks Appoints Michael Fabiaschi President and CEO, AllBusiness, April 26, 2006.
  8. ^'Huawei Routers — Huawei products'. Huawei Enterprise.
  9. ^Kirk, Jeremy. 'A better reason to avoid Huawei routers: Code from the '90s'. computerworld.com.
  10. ^Whittaker, Zack. 'Huawei routers riddled with security flaws won't be patched - ZDNet'. zdnet.com.
  11. ^'Expert: Huawei routers are riddled with vulnerabilities'. cnet.com. 30 July 2012.
  12. ^'Routers & SD-WAN'. LANCOM Systems.
  13. ^Souppouris, Aaron (24 January 2013). 'Nokia finally reports profit after six quarters of losses'. Retrieved 1 June 2016.
  14. ^Ewing, Adam (2013-07-01). 'Nokia Buys Out Siemens in Equipment Venture for $2.2 Billion (4)'. Businessweek. Retrieved 2013-08-05.
  15. ^'Haestrategia hahadasha shel RAD: Pitronot bimkom mutsarim'. TechTime. August 15, 2014. Retrieved December 24, 2014.
  16. ^'Over 200 Million Cable Modems Vulnerable To A Dangerous New Attack'. Retrieved 2020-01-23.
  17. ^'Cambium Networks Buys Xirrus Portfolio from Riverbed Technology'. channelpartnersonline.com. 2019-08-09. Retrieved 2019-09-12.
  18. ^'Switches'. LANCOM Systems.
  19. ^'fritzwlan'. AVM.
  20. ^'Wireless LAN'. LANCOM Systems.
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RWS has established a nationwide network of OEM vendor-partners to collaborate with for even further product knowledge, project consultation, superior technology, customer service, and technical support. Our direct purchasing power is also enhanced through this combination of supplier relationships. We carefully select these partners in our network, to further ensure that RWS delivers the best and most complete integrated processing solution that meets your needs…and surpasses your expectations.

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