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Black Box Network Services, ABTECH, Verizon Business and Wyle Named Top Siemens Reseller Partners
Date:4/30/2008

BOCA RATON, Fla., April 30 /PRNewswire/ -- Siemens Communications, Inc. has announced the 2007 reseller partner sales achievement awards. The winners, members of the Siemens Enterprise Partner Program, were honored at the 2008 Siemens Enterprise Partner Forum held in March in Orlando, FL.

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The Siemens Enterprise Partner Program provides channel partners with competitive enterprise communication solutions, services and support to address the expanding market for unified communications solutions. The reseller sales channel offers Siemens and customers expanded reach in the marketplace with sales, implementation and service of business communications systems and solutions.

Award winners for fiscal year 2007 represent Siemens partners that have successfully demonstrated sales and support of Siemens in the enterprise communication market:

-- Black Box Network Services was awarded the Siemens Sales

Pinnacle -- Enterprise Market Award for outstanding sales and

achievement in selling the HiPath(R) 4000 real-time IP communications

server to mid-sized and large enterprises. Winner for the second year

in a row, Pennsylvania-based Black Box has continued to meet the needs

of the larger enterprise market. In 2007, Black Box sold more HiPath

4000 units than any other partner and achieved the highest total

revenue of any partner.

-- Verizon Business received the Siemens Pinnacle Partnership Award for

the service provider that significantly increased its Siemens revenue

and orders over the previous year. A member of the Siemens Enterprise

Partner Program since 2004, Verizon Business received the award for

nearly doubling their annual Siemens revenue during fiscal year 2007.


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