Cortelco: Providing integrated telecom expertise

March 2011
Caribbean Business;3/31/2011, Vol. 39 Issue 12, pS2
The article presents the corporate profile of Cortelco de Puerto Rico which has been providing integrated telecommunications service in the island since 1961. Cortelco provides data-center, voice, and other security solutions for middle size and large businesses. It offers one-stop-shop solution to its clients, specifically on the endpoint security and networks. It also works with different industry sectors such as healthcare, manufacturing, banking, insurance, and carriers.


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