The West Yorkshire city of Bradford has become associated with many famous British icons, including the literary Brontë sisters, Nobel Prize-winning physicist Sir Edward Appleton and artist David Hockney. It is also home to the popular National Media Museum and much beautiful Victorian architecture. We at Data Centre Shop offer data centre products that can help to make the city even better,… as these products can help to boost the success of many companies that have helped to make Bradford as economically successful as it is today.
An economically successful city that could become even more so
Bradford’s economy is worth about 8.3 billion and its worth has been predicted to rise to over 9 billion by 2016. This makes the city economically crucial to the Yorkshire & Humber area and, indeed, Bradford is home to several significant British companies, including the Yorkshire Building Society, Seabrook Potato Crisps and Morrisons. A wide range of Bradford-based companies, ranging from well known ones like these through to smaller and less well known ones, can benefit from products that we offer.
We can supply Bradford businesses with a great variety of data centre products
The data centre products that we can provide to many Bradford businesses include networking equipment of switches, routers and firewalls and servers in the categories of rack and blade servers. The data centre products that we offer are courtesy of companies, including Cisco, Juniper and HP, which have developed great reputations for making products for data centres.
We can help many Bradford businesses to solve problems with such products
Many Bradford businesses that encounter dilemmas with using HP and Cisco products that they have purchased from Data Centre Shop can easily get expert help with banishing these dilemmas. Why? One big reason is that Data Centre Shop is both a HP Partner and Cisco Select Certified Partner. This ensures that we are in a better position than many other providers of data centre equipment to be able to help many Bradford businesses to solve problems that they have with using data centre products made by HP and Cisco.