Wintek recently added a diverse 20 Gbps connection to the Equinix fabric in Chicago. With 100+ locations on five continents, Equinix significantly increases our global reach. Our customers are now closer than ever to the servers and networks that matter most to them.
This results in faster access to other Equinix partners because it’s not always necessary to route over the Internet. For example, your connections to places like Apple, Netflix and Google are now only a few hops away, just like your connections to Purdue. And if your business is expanding internationally, chances are that we’re already where you need to be.
Wintek’s Lafayette colocation facility was recently enhanced to accommodate additional power and cooling capacity. This is the perfect venue for your web server, offsite backup appliance or WAN router. Locate your own physical server in one of our APC Netshelter racks and get high speed, high reliability and 24/7 secure access!
Redundant power sources and air conditioning insure the highest availability for your critical applications. Your total cost can be as low as $150 per month. Continue reading
The Ivy Towns and Flats is West Lafayette’s newest apartment community located just north of the Purdue campus on Cumberland Avenue. Featuring apartment flats, townhomes and attached cottages, The Ivy offers a list of stellar amenities including high-speed Internet access from Wintek Corporation.
Meet Wintek engineers and representatives from Cisco.
Our 2014 Technology Tailgate is set for Friday, September 26th from 11am to 3pm. This annual open house event is a chance to talk with Wintek engineers about the latest products from Cisco Systems and our other partners. Don’t miss this opportunity to see the power of Cisco’s IP communications, security, and mobility solutions first hand.
Speaking of Cisco, our engineers will be showing off the equipment that we not only sell but use ourselves. Come see the latest Cisco routing and optical switching technology that powers our own fiber optic network. Be sure to stop by our new mobile splicing van to see how we fuse together the glass optical strands that comprise our outside fiber plant. Continue reading