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
Wintek will have a booth at the annual Greater Lafayette Commerce Business Expo held at The Four Points by Sheraton in West Lafayette. The Expo will take place on Thursday, April 3 starting at 10AM.
Visit our booth and learn about our latest technology products and services including our growing fiber optic network. Meet owners Travis Bailey and Oliver Beers and discuss how Wintek can help your business grow with solutions from Cisco Systems, APC, Barracuda Networks, and our other partners.
Wintek is a 2014 Business Expo Event Sponsor, and we will be providing free WiFi Internet access throughout the event for vendors and attendees. We hope to see you there!
When Tom Day learned that the Elks Country Club was for sale, that’s when the wheels began to turn. The 120-acre property boasts an 18-hole golf course, clubhouse, tennis courts and a swimming pool. Tom purchased the club on December 23rd and immediately set about making improvements. In addition to the many infrastructure upgrades that are underway, Wintek is providing a full suite of networked services to the new West Lafayette Golf and Country Club. Continue reading
Debris covers an office in a Lafayette area building that was extensively damaged by the storm on November 17. Utilizing Wintek’s fiber network, the company was able to quickly resume business operations from our offices.
Many of our Internet customers were affected by the recent storms and power outages in Tippecanoe County. Because their offices were directly connected to Wintek’s fiber optic network, it was easy to make quick temporary changes when the unexpected happened.
Preliminary surveys by the National Weather Service indicate that an EF3 tornado came through the Lafayette area the afternoon of November 17. This was one of at least six tornadoes to strike the greater Lafayette and Kokomo areas that afternoon. Continue reading