ABOUT 3GC GROUP
ABOUT 3GC GROUP
3GC Group was conceived in January 2003 as a result of enterprise and carrier businesses that were ill-served by the technology service providers who were inexperienced with the "Converged Networks" movement in technology; migrating all business communication applications onto a unified data network.
The key strength of 3GC Group in servicing clients around converged networks was a core philosophy to have each of our engineers achieve core expertise and experience across multiple IT disciplines. As the needs of our customers have grown and the IT industry has evolved, this core philosophy, called E-Cubed, has allowed 3GC Group to expand and provide higher levels of efficiency and translated into both cost and time savings for our clients.
Today, through our continued focus on multi-disciplinary engineers, 3GC Group provides consulting, solution design, implementation, and full-scale MSP services to clients throughout the US and internationally across a broad range of network infrastructure technologies.
3GC Group has built enterprise solutions around converged networks technologies and has grown to 45 specialized employees and 7 locations around this practice; 3 in California: Los Angeles, San Jose, and Richmond with additional offices in New York, Nevada, Canada and South Korea. 3GC Group has strong domestic and global reach with clients all across the United States, South America, Europe, Canada, China, India, Korea and Japan.
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