Curvature

    OverviewSuggest Edit

    Curvature is a company that specializes in independent, multi-vendor support and pre-owned network, and data center equipment. It offers routers, switches, security products, IP telephony products, optical networking products, wireless products, legacy products, and accessories; and blade enclosures, blade servers, and rack servers. The company's services include data center and cloud migration, IT discovery, assessment, staff augmentation, equipment fulfillment, technical support, and more.

    TypePrivate
    Founded1981
    HQCharlotte, NC, US
    Websitecurvature.com
    Overall CultureB+

    Latest Updates

    Employees (est.) (May 2020)1,600(+49%)
    Job Openings17
    Cybersecurity ratingCMore

    Key People/Management at Curvature

    Chris Adams

    Chris Adams

    President & Chief Executive Officer

    Curvature Office Locations

    Curvature has an office in Charlotte
    Charlotte, NC, US (HQ)
    2810 Coliseum Centre Dr #600
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    Curvature Financials and Metrics

    Summary Metrics

    Founding Date

    1981

    Curvature Cybersecurity Score

    Cybersecurity ratingPremium dataset

    C

    73/100

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    Curvature Online and Social Media Presence

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    Curvature Company Culture

    • Overall Culture

      B+

      77/100

    • CEO Rating

      C+

      70/100

    • Compensation

      C+

      69/100

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    Curvature News and Updates

    Curvature Appoints Rodolfo Piedra to Lead Americas Sales Growth

    CHARLOTTE, N.C., Oct. 4, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- Curvature, the world's largest provider of Third-Party Maintenance (TPM) and multi-vendor IT lifecycle services, today announced the appointment of Rodolfo Piedra as vice president and general manager of Americas. In this capacity, Piedra will...

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    Curvature Blogs

    Understanding Cisco’s Product Lifecycle Milestones

    Minimize the Risk of Downtime and Maximize Cost Savings There are five important milestones in Cisco’s product lifecycle. They are End of Life (EoL); End of Sale (EoS); End of New Service Attachment (EoNSA); End of Service Contract Renewal (EoSCR); and Last Date of Support (LDoS). Knowing which stag…

    When Do You Upgrade Your Server?

    The IT landscape has changed dramatically, thanks to the advent of virtualization, containers, and more powerful processor cores. Now, not only can organizations take advantage of impressive performance and efficiency gains, they can increase IT workloads without breaking the bank. Regardless of whe…

    3 Tips to Help you Stretch your IT Budget

    IT budgets have declined due to the COVID-19 pandemic and resulting global recession while cloud and infrastructure costs have grown. But content delivery, data distribution, and business support make data centers critical for enterprises to thrive. This leaves system administrators seeking opportun…

    Cisco Optics vs. Curvature Optics: Myth and Reality

    There is no difference between a Cisco Optic and a Curvature Optic (sometimes referred to as Third Party Optic) unless you’re comparing the price or the warranty. Did you know that Curvature Brand Optics are identical to the ones you buy from Cisco and we guarantee the same capabilities? Our quality…

    4 Steps to Choosing the Right Server

    Change the Game by Changing Components When it comes to Server Acquisition and Maintenance, it’s time to kick status-quo thinking to the curb. Sticking with conventional wisdom about what and when to buy and upgrade core IT equipment often means overpaying for new equipment while underutilizing what…

    Reasons to Move Hitachi VSP G1000 and G1500 to Third-Party Storage Maintenance

    2020 has proven to be a year full of challenges and innovation for infrastructure teams in small, medium, and enterprise organizations. While reacting to changes in behavior due to the pandemic, infrastructure and operations (I&O) leaders have innovated faster than ever. They’ve done this while …
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    Curvature Frequently Asked Questions

    • When was Curvature founded?

      Curvature was founded in 1981.

    • Who are Curvature key executives?

      Curvature's key executives are Chris Adams.

    • How many employees does Curvature have?

      Curvature has 1,600 employees.

    • Who are Curvature competitors?

      Competitors of Curvature include RAM Electronics, Wuhan Qihuan Electric and Bose.

    • Where is Curvature headquarters?

      Curvature headquarters is located at 2810 Coliseum Centre Dr #600, Charlotte.

    • Where are Curvature offices?

      Curvature has an office in Charlotte.

    • How many offices does Curvature have?

      Curvature has 1 office.