Russian IL-76 Aircraft


Robert Colee


Global Communications Group began in the basement of our house at 4335 Global Court Norcross Ga. 30093, in the winter of 1990. M.I.S. and Associates, of Atlanta Georgia, was it's first customer. Next to bring it's business was Bell South Corporation of Roanoke, Virginia. By 1991 "Global had over thirty customers, ranging from "Fortune 500" to small to mid sized telephone interconnect companies. Specializing at first in the repair of Hitachi PABX telephone systems, we soon expanded into other areas.
In 1991 a line of key telephones and FAX switches were added to the products we sold and maintained. Since the Soviet Union had just collapsed we sought trade relations with Russia. In 1992 a deal was struck to represent the Russian Gorizant Geo-Syncronus space satellites and a collection of Russian aircraft, the Mig 29, and Il-76 plus the Mi 8 were added to the wares we promoted. A whole story about this is in "The Russian Adventure". In 1993 we published the "Global Communicator" a bi-lingual Russian and English news paper and advertising medium of which 2574 issues were sent to the Ex- Soviet Union, now known as the C.I.S. Various other commercial ventures were attempted, including becoming a distributer of Magnavox Satellite telephone equipment. A trip to St. Petersburg and Moscow brought two joint ventures with Russian companies.
In 1994 we moved into a suite of industrial offices in Norcross Georgia where we concentrated mainly on the Hitachi telephone products. As a result of our Russian research a focus on the internet as a commercial medium was explored. In 1995 we brought a Cyber-Mall on line and worked all the bugs out with our beta test project. These same Cyber-Malls were featured at the 1996 Olympics, by AT&T at the Global Village exibit.
In 1996 we also opened retail stores to mirror the internet effort.
In 1998 we sold part of our telecom base to Global Telecom Group Inc. Also in 1998 we formed Chandler Telecom Inc. to handle our internet business. In 1999 we pulled our existing E-commerce sites down to completely revise them. In 2000 we went back on line with a loss of only 6 months of down time. Now it is the year 2001, and you see before you a completly different focus in our attempt to show the public how to handle E-commerce. We are now incorporating the Internet Cafe concept with our Cyber-Mall and Web development.
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