Cupertino Electric reorganizes, sends Network Systems group to Ceitronics

Oct. 25, 2001
October 25, 2001 More than 100 staffers in San Fran, San Jose area move from Cupertino to its subsidiary.

Through a recent reorganization, Ceitronics (www.ceitronics.com) absorbed the Network Systems Group of its parent company, Cupertino Electric Company (www.cupelectric.com). In doing so, Ceitronics added more than 100 staff members. Its new Network Services Division specializes in structured cabling installation.

At the same time it absorbed the structured-cabling capabilities, Ceitronics established units devoted to IT services and consulting, and workstation relocation. The workstation-relocation capabilities come from the acquisition of National Integration Company, headquartered in San Jose. All services previously offered by NIC have been rebranded as Cietronics. Those services include decommissioning, relocation and installation of entire networks, workstations, and server rooms.

"Ceitronics can now provide customers with a turnkey approach to the design and installation of any system or device that runs over their networks, with complete services under one roof," said Aaron Colton, the company's president.

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