Hi Wolfgang,

I´m more than 20 years in the IT market dealing with Russia.

It is much easier to get the equipment locally.

If you need any help, we can provide you with contacts and partners you can source these products.

Best regards

Michael frey
Senior Vice President Sales & Marketing
Member of the Executive board

Nata Systems LLC


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Date: Mon, 23 Jul 2012 15:22:41 +1000
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I am currently looking into potential import restrictions for some equipment we need to use in our co-location in Moscow.

Namely those are:
1x Juniper M7i router
1x Juniper EX2200 switch
3x IBM x3550 M4 servers

Anybody have experience with this, I've heard stories that suggest that imports would be a problem. What is needed to smooth the process to import such equipment? Would it be better to source this equipment locally?

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