Federal Government IT Solutions – Solving EoS & EoL Legacy Hardware Headaches

Whether it be servers, data storage or networking hardware, all federal government agencies have dozens of very valid reasons why they hold onto hardware well beyond End-of-Support or End-of-Life announcements from the OEM. Yet, while the OEM likely prefers to drive a tech refresh, doing so is not always operationally or fiscally feasible for federal agencies.

XSi absolutely understands that many federal agencies often own older, legacy hardware so long past those “milestone dates (EoS, EoSW, EoL) that the burden of finding parts or technical support can be overwhelming. Government mandates requiring hardware maintenance support coverage can also be problematic unless you’ve found the proper support partner. Mandate details are:

XSi’s Government Solutions team can provide hardware maintenance support for almost all OEMs, platform families and specific legacy models. XSi is ISO9001:2015 Certified, meets SAE AS5553 Standards, currently supports 42 federal agencies and 12 of the Top 15 Federal Systems Integrators.

We want you to think of XSi as the experts in “Solving Legacy Hardware Headaches!” Like no other independent provider of Government IT Solutions, we’ve dedicated ourselves to those assets that cause the greatest grief.

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About the Author

Based in the  Washington D.C. area, Doug joined XS International in 2014 as Chief Executive Officer. Prior to XSi, Doug served in leadership roles at, Cisco, Juniper Networks, Blue Coat Systems, Fortress Technologies (acquired by General Dynamics) and Tumbleweed Communications (acquired by Axway, Inc.). Past leadership roles included both sales and operational responsibilities, thereby establishing his skillset as a client-driven chief executive for XSi. He earned his bachelor’s degree from the University of Wisconsin, then completed coursework toward a Master’s (Finance & Accounting) at Oklahoma City University. He enjoys distance running, golf, and cheering for Wisconsin sports teams with his wife, Mayra and four children.