3Com is once again selling networking equipment to large businesses, a market it abandoned in 2000.
The networking gear maker announced Tuesday that Electronic Data Systems, the second-largest computer systems integrator, will be offering 3Com Internet phone equipment, switches and routers to business customers in the United Kingdom and United States. Initially, EDS will target giant retail and financial organizations, but it later plans to expand into additional markets and countries. Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed.(full story)
My spin: I wonder if this means that 3Com will start to pay less attention to the small-medium sized businesses it was reaching out to?
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