Accel Networks Announces Transition Program for AuBeta Clients

Accel Networks (Accel), a provider of managed PCI compliant fixed wireless broadband services today announced a Network Transition program to assist AuBeta clients that have been recently affected by the business changes at AuBeta Networks.

Accel's Network Transition Program provides retail and multi site clients the ability to rapidly deploy a managed PCI compliant broadband network. Unlike terrestrial broadband solutions, Accel can have AuBeta clients switched over within days versus the typical six week lead time for replacement DSL or frame relay service. In effort to keep upfront costs to a minimum during the transition, Accel offers an equipment bundle which is included in the clients monthly recurring charges.

"Our goal is to assist clients quickly and with as little disruption as possible under these circumstances." stays Mark Gianinni, CEO of Accel Networks. "We understand that this situation has put enormous stress on these retailers and our service delivery model will enable the transition to Accel with minimal downtime, and without significant increases in network and operational costs. AuBeta customers should know that Accel Networks has both the ability and the experience deploying large PCI compliant networks in a short period of time with zero service delivery fall-out."

In February Accel Networks completed the deployment of an 87 site primary network in only 16 days, for a quick serve retailer specializing in soups and salads. Accel's solution provided the retailer a PCI Compliant managed fixed wireless broadband network on Accel's "layer 2" private network architecture. This project followed the deployment of a network continuity rollout of just under 300 locations for a national dollar store retailer deployed within a period spanning a few weeks.
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