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

Verizon Business offers unified communications solutions based on

Siemens' technologies that provide the common platform for the

delivery of IP telephony, messaging, mobility and security offerings.

This is the third year that Verizon Business has received a Siemens

Enterprise Partner Program Award and the second consecutive year the

company has been honored with the Siemens Pinnacle Partnership Award.

-- ABTECH was awarded the Siemens Sales Pinnacle in the SME Market Award

for outstanding sales achievement in selling the HiPath(R) 3000 to

small and mid-sized enterprises. Annapolis, Maryland-based ABTECH sold

the highest volume of HiPath 3000 units of any reseller partner and

nearly tripled their year-to-year Siemens revenue.

-- Wyle Information Systems Group (formerly RS Information Systems)

received the Siemens Shining Star Award, which is presented to the

dedicated Siemens partner that has significantly increased its Siemens

revenues and orders year-to-year as well as provided a shining example

of partnership. Wyle Information Systems Group, based in McLean,

Virginia, increased their Siemens revenue and orders by more than 60%

since 2006.

The award winners reflect the continued success of Siemens' unified communication solutions in the North American market, where Siemens and its reseller partners provide a comprehensive portfolio of integrated communication platforms, applications, phones, security solutions and management services. The Siemens portfolio of open communications solutions helps provide enterprises with practical and flexible approaches for deploying next-generation collaboration and customer interaction tools that interoperate with legacy systems. Siemens' solutions support and interoperate with mixed-vendor environments.

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