CHARLOTTE, NORTH CAROLINA – March, 2012 – It was announced that Richard Childress
Racing has selected Enterprise Systems Corporation to provide a complete Avaya
networking solution. The solution includes Avaya 5600 series high performance
Ethernet Switching. The solution provides services for up to 600 ports.
ABOUT ENTERPRISE SYSTEMS CORPORATION
Enterprise Systems Corporation is a full service Technology Partner, providing
consulting, deployment and managed services. Technology products and services
include premise and cloud based Voice from Avaya, Mitel and Shoretel; Wired and
Wireless Networking from Avaya, Enterasys, HP, Aruba, Dell and Ruckus; Security from
Watchguard as well as cabling infrastructure.
ABOUT RICHARD CHILDRESS RACING
RCR was a one-team NASCAR Sprint Cup Series shop (No. 3 team) from 1969-1994. A NASCAR
Camping World Truck Series program (No. 3) was added in 1995 and a second NASCAR Sprint Cup
Series team (No. 31) was added for the 1997 season. A two-team NASCAR Nationwide Series
program (Nos. 2 and 21) was started for the 2000 season and the NASCAR Camping World Truck
Series team ceased operation. A third NASCAR Sprint Cup Series team (former No. 30, most
recently No. 07) was started in 2001 to run a part-time schedule and became a full-time program
in 2002. A third NASCAR Nationwide Series team (No. 29) was added in 2006 to run a partial
schedule and became a full-time program in 2007. Two years later, the No. 33 NASCAR Sprint Cup
Series team was formed, giving RCR four entries for the 2009 season. The Welcome, N.C.-based
organization returned to three NASCAR Sprint Cup Series teams in 2010 and rejuvenated its
NASCAR Camping World Truck Series program (No.3) and added an ARCA Racing Series team (No.
31) before expanding to four NASCAR Sprint Cup Series entries, two NASCAR Camping World Truck
Series and two ARCA Racing Series teams for the 2011 season.
For print friendly version click here :Press Release Richard Childress Racing March 2012