Angelique Springer Davis
Network Hardware Resale
Amid International Expansion, NHR Remains True to Local Roots
Santa Barbara, Calif. ─ August 28, 2009 ─ Network Hardware Resale (NHR), the leading provider of pre-owned and new networking equipment, today announced that Pacific Coast Business Times has again included the company on the publication’s annual list of the 50 Fastest Growing Private Companies in the tri-county area.
Every year the weekly business journal compiles and announces this prestigious accolade to honor the top companies with a strong presence within its readership areas of Ventura, Santa Barbara and San Luis Obispo counties. Selection is determined by the publication’s editorial staff and is based on a variety of information, including annual revenue for the past three years, company growth and noteworthy performance data along with significant news or distinguishing events from the past year. For 2009, NHR was ranked No. 33 on PCBT’s list.
“We are proud to be recognized by Pacific Coast Business Times for our significant achievements over the past year,” said Mike Sheldon, president and chief executive officer of NHR. “While NHR has grown into a global organization and continues to expand its presence around the world, we remain true to our roots in the Santa Barbara area and our headquarters here.”
NHR serves more than 10,000 customers worldwide, including Global 2000 organizations, small and mid-sized enterprises, government entities, educational institutions, healthcare organizations and telecommunications service providers. The company maintains an extensive inventory of pre-owned Cisco, Juniper and Extreme routers, switches, access servers and IP telephony equipment. All equipment is available for overnight delivery and includes a one-year warranty. NHR also provides customers of all sizes and types with multi-vendor technical and hardware maintenance support that provides substantial savings over traditional OEM offerings.
About Pacific Coast Business Times
Pacific Coast Business Times is the weekly business journal for Ventura, Santa Barbara and San Luis Obispo counties. A locally owned company with offices in downtown Santa Barbara, the publication is delivered to subscribers each Friday and is also available at local bookstores. For more information, visit www.pacbiztimes.com