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C.N.S. was established in January 1996. As the company’s vision and services grew, we incorporated in December 2000 as Computer Networking Services of Merrimack, LLC. In 2011 we changed our name to Computer Networking Services of NH, LLC to more accurately reflect our broadening market. We are dedicated to serving the technology needs of small to midsize businesses. The business solutions and services we provide for your company are designed to reduce the concerns associated with supporting your PCs and networks in these types of demanding environments.

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