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Black Box Corporation, provider of voice communications, data infrastructure, and product solutions, announced today the publication of its 2011 edition of the award-winning Black Box® Catalog.
This new, 35th-anniversary edition of the catalog, long-known as the Big Book, boasts 712 pages and 211 new products, including Black Box’s award-winning iCOMPEL™ digital signage platform, SpaceGAIN cables and panels, Veri-NAC™ network access control, and Intelli-Pass™ biometric security. The catalog also features one of the industry’s most comprehensive offerings of IT products, including fiber, CAT5e, and CAT6 cable; infrastructure; network devices; digital signage; KVM switches; environmental monitoring; security; and more. Between the catalog and the Company’s Web site, www.blackbox.com, IT professionals will find 118,000+ products to take them from the data center to the desktop.
Industry professionals regard the Black Box Catalog as a must-have desktop resource because of its extensive technical information. In keeping with Black Box’s long-standing tradition of educating its clients, the catalog features “Black Box Explains” tutorials, buyer’s guides, a technical reference section, and notes on how to access white papers, videos, demos, and much more on-line.
Black Box catalogs have won numerous awards. At the 2010 Multichannel Merchant Awards, the Company won a silver award in the Computer and High-Tech Equipment category. This marks the 15th consecutive year Black Box has received honors, including Catalog of the Year in 2004, 2005, and 2007, and Multichannel Merchant of the Year in 2008.
For a free copy of the Black Box Catalog, call 724-746-5500 or go to http://www.blackbox.com/go/BigBook. Black Box also offers comprehensive technical support, including a free, live, 24/7 Tech Support hotline for its products, and 24/7 on-site support for voice and data network maintenance and emergencies.

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