Fluke Networks, Inc., part of the Danaher family of companies based in Everett, Wash., recently initiated an Emergency Relief Program aimed at helping restore communications service to companies and organizations affected by the recent terrorist attacks. This includes offering loaner equipment, support, and on-site technical assistance to IT and telecom managers in need.
“Network communications, whether it is email or some other form of data communications, is the backbone of any organization,” said Chris Odell, president of Fluke Networks. “And we of course realize that many organizations have suffered substantial network service disruption owing to the tragic events of this past week. To assist in re-establishing damaged network infrastructure, Fluke Networks will provide loaner equipment, technical expertise, expedited delivery and on-site assistance until service is restored to those affected networks. It’s our small way of helping out in a time of great need.”
Any network manager in need of assistance should e-mail requests to email@example.com. A Fluke Networks representative will contact them as soon as possible to determine what is needed, and coordinate delivery of that support. The company already has expedited the shipment of products to major institutions in the New York area based on urgent requests from IT managers.
For more information, visit www.flukenetworks.com.