“We were really hardware-centric for a long time. We would build the housings, the components, the circuit boards, the devices, and we would supply the hardware. But like most businesses, technology started to converge,” says Mark Falbo, Mircom’s president and chief executive officer.
“It used to be just a hardwired system with wires running through a building. Now it might be tied into a network infrastructure, an internet infrastructure – whereas before you would sell the equipment and be done with it.”
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