BlackBox to Resell Hosted VoIP Offering
Cost effectiveness and the benefit of experience caused BlackBox to ink a deal to resell CoreDial's hosted IP services.
Cost effectiveness and the benefit of experience caused BlackBox to ink a deal to resell CoreDial's hosted IP services. "Going this route gives us an opportunity to leverage somebody who's already got all the scars from building it themselves," says a company VP.
Pittsburgh, Penn.-based Black Box got its start in the 1970s selling an A/B switch in the eponymous black box that let consumers run both a standard telephone and a fax machine on their (typically) single home phone line.
In the intervening years, Black Box built up a billion dollar global business in network gear and related services, such as cabling, and-starting in the late 90s-deploying on-premise PBX systems and similar voice systems solutions, such as maintaining complex, heterogeneous enterprise communications infrastructure.
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