It is DeltaForce
mission to be
the most responsive company to
and business clients. To provide
a solution to our customers'
to needs and budget requirements. To empower
our customers with
consulting expertise and state-of-the-art computing technologies.
We will deliver to our customers, without exception, the finest Internet
service. We are committed to surpassing
expectations by providing innovative high quality, cost effective and exceptional
We will deliver to our customers, without exception, the finest, custom
computers their hard-earned dollars can buy, and provide the highest levels of
customer care and service in the industry after the sale. Our
commitment to value
and quality will never be compromised in favor of sales volume. Each and
transaction will be accomplished with the highest level of honesty and the
trustworthiness and credibility gained with each customer will be earnestly
- We don't sell junk!
- We don't forget the customer after the sale.
- We don't forget that our reputation must be earned one customer at a time.
- We don't do business dishonestly, and we don't want dishonest business.
"We aspire to be the company that customers
choose to work with and proudly
Our story begins in 1983 when I, owner Amnon Nissan, set up a BBS (Bulletin Board System) on a new TI99/4a personal
computer. We were the first to offer file transfer on the BBS, which was developed by my friend Randy Jones.
1n 1986 I got my first IBM-PC and decided to run a BBS on one of them. We joined the Fidonet network
where BBS's provided the ability to send email messages from anywhere to anywhere for free.
Then came 'EchoMail' which was somewhat similar to news groups, and the need for more file transfers, more often,
became a required option. Since I ran my own company for over 10 years, I was in a position to sponsor
such an endeaver and more PC's were dedicated to the operation with the help of Ben Mann (RIP).
The years past and I went on to become the SouthEast region Echomail Coordinator, but the Internet was
becoming more and more available to users outside of universities, and the use of dial up BBS's was on the decline.
In 1993 I was approached by a local radio station (WKIX) to host a weekly radio show related to computers (I was
the president of the Triangle Computer Society then). I jumped on the offer and
Computers 2K Now
was born. The
name has changed a few times and after Y2K we stuck with computers 2k now.
1994 saw the development of the WWW concept, and I joined Network Technologies to help develope that side
of the business. We conducted free classes for end users about the use of the Internet in our offices and
other local locations. Then came The Internet Center, and in 1997 decided to build the Deltaforce brand With the help of
my System Administrator and friend Ron Bickers. Got a few dialup racks from USR and started to provide dialup Internet
service including ISDN, website hosting and development, news-feed and more.
We have been operating non-stop ever since !!!