Press release: Race Communications owns 58% of the Eicon market in Russia.

Company Eicon Networks, one of the world's largest manufacturers of ISDN subscriber devices and communication boards for PCs and servers, summed up the financial results of its work on the Russian market in 2002. According to the announced data, 58% of the equipment market and The software produced by Eicon is owned by Race Communications, a leading Russian system integrator. At the same time, the total volume of production Eicon supplied to Russia in 2002 increased by 35% compared to 2001.

Commenting on the results of the work in 2002, Marjan Torkar, Eicon Regional Manager In Central and Eastern Europe, he noted that such success was made possible by the implementation of several large projects using communication boards for X.25 and Frame Relay networks, mainly in the banking sector. Russia is traditionally the largest consumer of this class of equipment in Europe.

At the same time, the demand for universal servers of the DIVA Server ISDN family is growing. According to Rafael Shamiev, head of the Race Communications product department, in the fourth quarter, boards capable of automatically recognizing and processing data, voice and fax connections were particularly popular.

Eicon Networks and Race Communications intend to consolidate the success achieved jointly in 2003 . This should be helped by new products with PCI 2.2 bus support, widely used in modern PCs and servers, the launch of which is expected in the second quarter of 2003.

Race Communications, a Russian system integrator, offers laboratory-tested solutions from leading telecommunications equipment suppliers. The company carries out a full cycle of work: design, delivery, installation, as well as training of specialists and project support. More detailed information about Race Communications can be obtained by calling (495) 785-0770, 916-RACE (916-7223), on the Web server or by email .

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Race Press: Race Communications is the main supplier of Eicon communication boards in Russia.