-- Raritan Computer, Inc. --
Somerset, NJ (March 19, 2001)—Raritan Computer, Inc., a leading manufacturer of keyboard, video, and mouse (KVM) switches and connectivity products, launched a FedSite on FedCenter.com, a Digital Commerce Corporation (DCC) marketplace, to give federal buyers a powerful online procurement option. The new Raritan site offers more than 100 line items, including products offered on their GSA contract.
"We know our federal government clients need an e-commerce solution," said Jim Egloff, Raritan''s national sales manager, "so we chose to build a FedSite to give our buyers an online procurement tool. We look forward to a long and prosperous relationship with FedCenter.com."
Raritan specializes in providing KVM solutions through a seasoned, dedicated government sales and support team that understands the special needs of government buyers. More than 350,000 Raritan KVM switches are installed in over 15,000 network data centers, computer test labs and multi-workstation environments worldwide, facilitating full access and control of millions of mission-critical servers and PCs.
"The addition of Raritan gives federal procurement professionals another online source for KVM switches and related connectivity products, making purchasing faster and easier," said Tony Bansal, president and CEO of Digital Commerce Corporation.
About Raritan (Raritan.com)
Raritan, based in Somerset, N.J., is a leading provider of products for managing IT equipment and the mission-critical applications and services that run on it. Raritan's highly reliable and responsive IT management solutions – based on KVM (Keyboard, Video, Mouse) switches, serial console servers, management software and remote connectivity products – enable companies to proactively monitor and manage system health and vulnerability, as well as troubleshoot, access and repair faults from anywhere, at anytime. This simplifies and accelerates data center work processes – improving service uptime and staff productivity. Raritan's solutions are used to manage more than 50,000 data centers and other IT sites around the world. Raritan also serves the OEM market by developing advanced, hardware-based, remote-management components based on digital KVM-over-IP and IPMI technology. Founded in 1985, Raritan is celebrating more than 20 years of technical innovation. Raritan has 36 offices worldwide, and its products are distributed in 76 countries. For more information, please visit Raritan.com.
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