“If we didn’t have Lexicon, we’d probably have to hire at least a dozen additional people.” – Femi Aina, Director of IT for Atlanta Public Schools.
“NO DOWNTIME – GUARANTEED.”
Lexicon recently invested in expanding the company’s bandwidth with a purchase of three gigabites of internet bandwidth across three separate connections. Moreover, two of the new connections offer the large-scale maintenance company the ability to ramp up to 10 Gbs, giving Lexicon access to 21 Gbs if needed.
“We take our promise to our customers of fast, reliable turn times seriously,” said David Word, VP of Operations. “We made the decision to purchase the extra bandwidth to insure 24-hour uptime for our internal processes, as well as for software upgrades and installs during deployments.”
Word notes that the triple redundancy protocols ensure the flow of information in times of DDOS attacks and/or disruptions within the individual service providers.
For information on Lexicon repairs, ADP, and AlwaysLearning® turnkey maintenance contracts, contact us at ALWAYSLEARNING@LEXICONK12.COM.
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