Copper River Technologies maintains strong partnerships with industry-leading technology manufacturers, solution providers, and technology experts. Our commitment and investment in multiple best-of-breed technologies allow us the flexibility to provide the highest level of expertise and drive solutions based on client-driven requirements – all while having access to competitive vendor pricing structures.
We redefine the intelligent edge. Mobile, IoT, and cloud are disrupting traditional businesses and declaring new winners. We are building smarter networks that are insightful and predictable to accelerate the transition. Infrastructure services are offered as software from the public or private cloud, enabling secure connectivity for mobile and IoT — under one roof. Learn more now
Dell EMC brings together Dell’s and EMC’s respective strong capabilities and complementary portfolios, sales teams and R&D. We seek to become the technology industry’s most trusted advisor, providing capabilities spanning strategy development, consultative services and solution deployment and support to help our customers and partners drive the digital transformation of their businesses. Learn more now
Juniper Networks continues to build a highly successful portfolio of solutions addressing high-performance, secure networking for the entire enterprise, from the data center and the desktop to geospatial applications involving multiple partners and huge amounts of data. Juniper’s end-to-end networking solutions include best-in-class IP switching, routing, security (SSL VPN, firewalls, intrusion prevention), application acceleration, and network management. Learn more now
Palo Alto Networks’ next-generation firewalls enable enterprises to identify and control applications, users, and content—not just ports, IP addresses, and packets—using three unique identification technologies: App-ID, User-ID, and Content-ID. These identification technologies allow enterprises to securely enable application usage using business-relevant concepts, instead of following the traditional “all-or-nothing” approach offered by traditional port-blocking firewalls used in many security infrastructures. Learn more now