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Juniper EOSL Deadlines in 2021

Juniper EOSL Deadlines in 2021 Businesses that are using Juniper networking hardware (e.g. broadband services routers, WLAN access points, services gateways, etc.) need to be aware that several Juniper EOSL deadlines have either recently expired or are due to expire in 2021. This is something you need to be concerned about because this means Juniper will no longer [...]

Dell EOSL Deadlines in 2021 – Are You Prepared?

Dell EOSL Deadlines in 2021 - Are you prepared? Every Dell equipment, whether it be a server, storage platform, gateway, expansion enclosure, etc., will eventually reach its EOSL deadline. In fact, many of them have EOSLs scheduled this year. If you have an impending Dell EOSL deadline in 2021, you will want to read this post. What happens [...]

Worried about HPE EOSL Deadlines in 2021?

Worried about HPE EOSL Deadlines in 2021? A number of HP Enterprise (HPE) storage devices, disk enclosures, hyperconverged solutions, servers, and other IT equipment are due for End of Service Life (EOSL) this year. If you have one or more of these devices on your network and you’re starting to worry about costly OEM premium maintenance or equipment [...]

Cisco EOSL Deadlines in 2021 – Are you ready?

Ignorance of the End-of-Service-Life or EOSL of mission-critical IT devices/equipment can be very costly. If you’ve got some Cisco devices running on your network or data center, you’ll want to know if the Cisco EOSL falls in 2021, so you can start weighing your options. Why you need to keep track of EOSL deadlines Immediately after an equipment [...]

Facing Upcoming 2020 Cisco EOSL Deadlines

Many organizations have had to tighten their budgets to make it through the current recession and unexpected shutdowns. The OEMs like Cisco, however, haven’t changed their forced refresh cycle in light of companies’ inability to spend freely on their already expensive data centers. Whether you’re ready to invest again in new equipment for your infrastructure or not, 2020 [...]

What to Expect When Your Hardware is Approaching EOSL

You conducted extensive research, you did the necessary POC testing, and you judiciously procured server equipment for its proven performance rate and longevity. It has operated well for you, and it continues to do so. The corresponding OEM support is responsive and efficient. But OEM support won’t last forever. Eventually, your OEM will announce EOL on that line [...]

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