Complexity is the Enemy of Reliability

Tuesday, December 18, 2012

Check out the latest episode of This Week in Enterprise Tech, featuring "Stuff my IT Guy Says" about network routing from our Chief Network Architect, Brandon Ross (start time: 27:47).

Happy Holidays from Network Utility Force

Thursday, December 13, 2012

Happy holidays from all of us at Network Utility Force - its been a grand first year, and best wishes for a healthy and bright 2013!

Network Utility Force holiday card 2012

IPv6 Training

Friday, December 07, 2012

Are you looking for IPv6 training in 2013?  Below is our brochure outlining our IPv6 training, which can be tailored to meet your needs.  To learn more, please visit our IPv6 training page or send us an email to: IPv6@netuf.net.  If you schedule an on-site class from us by January 31, 2013, you'll receive a 20% discount.

IPv6 training brochure from Network Utility Force
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Network Utility Force turns 1

Saturday, December 01, 2012

Hard to believe, but today is the one year anniversary of Network Utility Force.

We started this company with the goal of creating a new kind of professional services organization. One that does not resell hardware or software, but rather, places the highest priority on providing unbiased advice to clients from senior engineers who have been the architects of some of the world's largest service provider networks. Moreover, we've been able to do so while adhering to the values we hold close, and providing superior service.

Now, 12 months later, we have completed scores of projects involving DWDM, IPv6, MPLS, Peering and WiFI for customers throughout the United States, from Alabama to California, New York to Washington, and even Africa, Poland and the UK, and of course right here in Georgia.

We're very excited about our growth, and future opportunities (we'll be making some exciting announcements in 2013), but it would not be possible without our customers, partners, employees and friends, to whom we are sincerely grateful.

Here's to another successful year together!

Cheers,

Brandon Ross
CEO and Chief Network Architect