Following its acquisition of ATX Communications, Broadview Networks (Booth 401) now offers its partners an expanded geographic footprint that extends from New Hampshire to Virginia. Broadview acquired ATX in October 2006. The combined company operates in 20 markets throughout the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic United States.
Channel partners from both legacy sales organizations now can service new customers and upsell multilocation accounts in Connecticut, Delaware, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Virginia and Washington, D.C.
Both Broadview and former ATX agents also benefit from added functionality on their Web site portals, the company said.
Together, Broadview Networks and ATX offer a suite of voice, data, hardware, and managed network and security solutions focused on serving business customers. Powered by a network of 10 switches, including next-generation softswitches and MPLS equipment, the privately held entity has more than 2,300 route miles of fiber, approximately 250 colocations and more than 600,000 lines in service.
Broadview Networks www.broadviewnet.com
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August 16 2019 @ 22:30:02 UTC