Cisco Network Maintenance

Cisco has a strong heritage in the network industry that is hard to find anywhere else. Cisco constantly develop innovative ways and ideas to deliver new market leading networking software and hardware products. Cisco hardware products consistantly deliver scalable high performance and ultra low latency networks for data centre and cloud computing environments. BASE IT are familiar with Cisco End-of-Sale and End-of-Life policies. We help customers identify life-cycle transitions to enable infrastructure deployments for network environments that have 3 to 5 year lifecycle programmes in place.


Supporting Cisco hardware

Our ethos at BASE IT is to help and assist companies to maximise the full potential from the network hardware they have heavily invested in. Our aim through consultation is to understand if the immediate viable solution is to provide an interim hardware support solution while a network Proof of Concept (POC) is being carried out, ultimately leading to a new network being deployed or, if there is sufficient residual value from the present network hardware which enables, with additional capital, to refresh and overhaul the present network environment.

BASE IT Cisco hardware support and professional services present companies with a practical solution without associated risk to service delivery. Part of our service allows for required tangible hardware to be either located at customer sites or at designated hardware location holding hubs ready for dispatch inline with customer service level agreements. Contact us to see if we can provide the assurances you require to explore an alternative network support service.

Obtain a free no obligation quote by completing our contact form, it will enable us to provide you with the information you need.

Asset residual value for Cisco hardware

Our unique Cisco network ARV service could provide you with the potential to tailor a cost neutral maintenance agreement for Cisco network hardware that is now either post warranty, End of Life or End of Service Life (EOL / EOSL). Our service enables customers with Cisco network hardware in various  stages of a lifecycle program to place extended maintenance support, irrespective whether 3,6,9 or even 12 months of support is required, effectively creating a cost neutral solution.

We enable a cost neutral maintenance solution to be delivered through the residual value in your Cisco network hardware that we would remove at the end of the agreed maintenance support term. Services for secure decommissioning and removal in line with internal compliance requirements will also form part of the hardware lifecycle services program discussion. 

If you have no requirement for a support service, our ARV service can still benefit you. We can provide you with a residual value quotation for your IT server, storage and network hardware and discuss the decommissioning and data erasure process, enabling you to obtain a far greater return on your initial capital investment. There is no obligation in obtaining an ARV quotation, but it allows you to explore if this service could be viable and beneficial for you.

Find out more by contacting us or initially uploading a respective IT hardware spreadsheet.


BASE IT Key Hardware Maintenance Service Benefits

  • Global Spares Availability
  • Pro-rata Co-terminate support dates
  • Operational Savings
  • Short term project based support solutions
  • IT Decommissioning
  • Data Erasure
  • ARV Service
  • Professional Services
  • Hardware Audits
  • Data / Platform Migrations
  • Hardware Procurement
  • IT Hardware removal / relocation
  • IT Hardware rental
  • Consultancy
  • DMR (Digital Media Retention)
  • On-Site Hardware spare cache
  • System email alert configuration
  • Technical support desk

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