100% trade-in credit for Nortel products

Networking solutions vendor Enterasys is making a global offer to Nortel customers worldwide: 100% Trade-In Credit For Nortel Products To participate globally, all a Nortel customer has to do is provide an invoice showing the purchase price of a qualifying Nortel product, and Enterasys will credit 100% of that amount toward the list price of a qualifying Enterasys product. Note: For Nortel customers who cannot provide invoices, Enterasys will still offer a 40% discount off its qualifying product list prices. This Enterasys offer is good to Nortel customers through the end of 2009, terms and conditions apply. For further Nortel customer 100% trade-in credit program details contact your global Enterasys sales office. Qualifying Nortel Products:

Nortel Ethernet Routing Switches 2500, 4500, 5500, 5600, 8006, 8010, 8100, 8300, and 8600.
Nortel Business Access Point 120.
Nortel WLAN Access Points 2220, 2221, 2231, 2330, and 2332.
Nortel WLAN Security Switches 2250, 2270, 2350, 2360, 2361, 2370, 2380, and 2382.

Enterasys Products by Topology:

Qualifying Enterasys Products: The following Enterasys products are eligible for the 100% Nortel customer trade-in credit.

Enterasys SecureStack A-Series.
Enterasys SecureStack B-Series.
Enterasys SecureStack C-Series.
Enterasys G-Series.
Enterasys Matrix N-Series.
Enterasys RoamAbout AP 4102.
Enterasys HiPath Wireless AP 2610.
Enterasys HiPath Wireless C20 Controller.
Enterasys HiPath Wireless C2400 Enterprise Controller.

Enterasys Products by Tier: Contact your global Enterasys sales office for more information about the 100% Nortel customer trade-in credit.


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