World VoIP NewsnetTALK acquires additional Miami premises for cloud based VoIP services
netTALK acquires additional Miami premises for cloud based VoIP services
Prominent Competitive Local Exchange Carrier (CLEC) industry player company netTALK, operating in matters of VoIP connectivity products and network phone services covering demands of small sized up to large businesses, announced that the company has purchased a 23,000 square foot data center in Florida, Miami, launching it as the netTALK Cloud Center.
The Center will be designed and aimed to serve as netTALK's headquarters, it is expected to be power fully-redundant and maximum operational connectivity for cutting edge technology of wireless 4G portfolios. The Center is attached with a 150-foot, 4G equipped cellular tower. "The netTALK Cloud Center benchmarks a significant step in our growth as a company," commented Anastasios Kyriakides, President and CEO of netTALK. "Building on our recently-announced multi-year wholesale agreement with Lightsquared, this technology cutting edge facility enables us with much more operational capacity, power efficiencies and equipment such as a high-bandwidth antennae, which are key to our strategic growth plans, current and future, including television and wireless 4G transmissions, and B2B services within cloud hosting, network operations and other data management services. Demand is ever growing for the services that we currently provide, and we see many opportunity to expand our technologically-advanced offerings into all neighboring markets in the coming months." Current sub-divisions and tenants of the netTALK Cloud Center are Sprint Nextel Corp, Florida Power and Light - Fibernet; Qwest, a subsidiary of CenturyLink; AT&T Wireless, a subsidiary of AT&T Inc., and Verizon Wireless, a joint venture of Verizon Communications and Vodafone.
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