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CXtec Acquires Atlantix Global Systems

CXtec Acquires Atlantix Global Systems
Joining CXtec provides us with access to an extensive end-user customer base which creates additional opportunities for significant growth in the IT marketplace. -  Brian Glahn, President of Atlantix Global Systems

August 22, 2017 - (Syracuse, NY) - CXtec today announced the acquisition of Atlantix Global Systems, a leading reseller of new, reconfigured and refurbished IT equipment located in Norcross, Georgia. As a result of the transaction, CXtec becomes the leading secondary market hardware supplier with extensive refurbishment, sourcing, distribution and maintenance service capabilities.

“We believe this acquisition creates an industry-leading and dynamic organization that places us in a position to maximize the market,” said Peter Belyea, Chief Executive Officer of CXtec. “As a full-service IT lifecycle management company we will strengthen the value we bring to our customers. The dedication and collective talent of our teams, reputations, and systems will create tremendous opportunities for both organic and inorganic growth.”

“The addition of Atlantix accelerates our growth strategy by adding server/storage products to our equal2new® brand, strengthening our RapidCare® offering, and allowing us to enter the enterprise IT asset disposition (ITAD) space," said Belyea. “I believe Atlantix is to the secondary server/storage market what CXtec is to the secondary networking market.” 

Atlantix has a long tradition of success over its 40-year history and a stellar reputation within the industry. Both Atlantix and CXtec have been recognized favorably in research reports conducted by Gartner, Inc. and are ranked in the top half of this year’s CRN’s Solution Provider 500 list of North America’s Top Technology Integrators.

Belyea will be the CEO of the combined company, which will retain its world headquarters in Syracuse. Brian Glahn will remain President of Atlantix, whose operations will continue in Atlanta, focusing on the expansion of its server/storage and ITAD segments.


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