Telesphere, a provider of unified cloud communications, on Thursday announced that it’s in the middle of a multi-year expansion of its private IP network.
The company said it’s expanding its network in order to serve large enterprise customers throughout Canada and the United States.
The expansion includes adding or upgrading network PoPs in Atlanta, Chicago, Dallas, Los Angeles and Portland, Ore., according to Telesphere, whose suppliers include ADTRAN Inc. and Cisco Systems.
We are seeing national trends across all lines of business that demonstrate a growing preference for Web collaboration, backed up with HD voice and video-over-IP, coupled with lower spending on premises-based PBX systems and declining carrier revenue for PSTN connections all pointing to a desire among customers for exactly the kind of services-in-a-cloud environment that is Telespheres strong suit,” Telesphere CEO Clark Peterson said in a statement.
Over the summer, Telesphere announced that it was named to Inc. Magazine’s 30th annual 500/5000 list of fastest-growing private companies in the United States. Telesphere placed No. 965 on the full list of 5000 companies, at No. 33 on the telecommunications list and No. 18 among Phoenix-area companies ranked by Inc.