FROM TELEX TO THE CLOUD
GRAPHNET IS FOUNDED
Our first headquarters were established in New York in the late 1960s. We quickly distinguished ourselves in the telecommunications industry, offering our modern (for the time of course) telex network throughout North America.
SMTP, proposed by Jon Postel, begins its implementation, ultimately removing early email systems' reliance on FTP. Although these primitive stages of email systems were used solely by the government, they would help pave the way for our modern day internet.
FIRST COMPUTER FAX BOARD
GammaFax, the first computer facsimile interface, is produced. The development of fax technologies over packet switched networks emerges as one of Graphnet's primary focuses.
A NEW CEO AT GRAPHNET
In 1989 Mr. Yaakov Elkon took the reigns, redirecting Graphnet slightly to emphasize its role as a value added network.
GRAPHNET PIONEERS INBOUND FAX
Leading the global charge with our inbound fax innovation for the enterprise, Graphnet allowed large corporations to begin replacing freestanding fax machines with fax servers and other computerized systems capable of receiving and storing incoming faxes electronically.
PRIVATE & HYBRID CLOUDS DEPLOY
Organizations begin switching from company-owned hardware and software assets to per-use servicebased models.
Graphnet continues to be an industry leader in the electronic messaging for the enterprise industry, while maintaining our boutique, hands on approach to servicing our clients. With data centers in North America, Europe, and Asia, we are the cloud-based messaging solution for banking institutions, government agencies, insurance companies, large medical facilities and labs, worldwide.