8x8 Inc. is a United States communications technology company that provides VoIP telephony services. 8x8 services include cloud-based voice, call center, video, mobile and unified communications solutions for medium to enterprise-sized businesses and distributed enterprise customers. Some of 8x8s services are offered under the brand Packet8. 8x8 was founded in 1987 by Dr. Chi-Shin Wang and Dr. Y.W. Sing formerly of Weitek as Integrated Information Technology, Inc., or IIT. The name was changed in the early 1990s. They began IIT as a fabless vendor of semiconductor products for the math coprocessor and graphics chipset markets. The company produced x87 floating point coprocessor for the 286, 386 and 486 generations of microprocessors as well as graphics accelerator chips for the personal computer market during the late 1980s and early 1990s. In 1992 the company began shipping a lossless data compression product called Xtradrive. In the early 1990s IIT began producing chips, software and other technologies for the videoconferencing market. The company changed its name to 8x8 and began marketing its own set-top videoconferencing systems for consumers under the ViaTV brand. 8x8 went public on the NASDAQ market in 1997, trading under the ticker symbol EGHT.
Highest paying job titles at 8x8 include Enterprise Account Executive, Channel Sales Manager, and Account Executive