Spectrum Wins Deal at Rittal

Spectrum networks wins $5.5M contract to manage worldwide telecom services for Rittal Corp.

November 21, 2002

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CINCINNATI -- Spectrum Networks, Inc. has been awarded a $5.5 million contract to manage the telecommunications infrastructure of Rittal Corp., an international company with US Corporate headquarters in Springfield, Ohio. Spectrum will provide voice, data and Internet services to Rittal locations in 80 countries. Rittal is one of the largest enclosure manufacturers in the world, providing packaging and climate control equipment to the industrial, electronic, computer, networking and telecommunication industries. The Springfield-based operation was founded in 1982 as a sales and import subsidiary of the German parent company, Rittal International. "Telecommunications is obviously not our core business, but up-to-date telecom capabilities are essential to compete in today's global marketplace," said Juerg Keller, director of Information Management for Rittal. "I certainly don't want to spend my time in constant negotiations with several different providers, trying to find the most cost-effective solution. We chose Spectrum Networks not only because they serve as a single point of contact on all of our telecom issues, but also because they have the proven expertise we can rely on in this ever-changing industry. Plus, they have demonstrated that they are driven to deliver the best solution for us, not for the various providers." Spectrum Networks Inc.

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