Telecom Reseller podcast recorded with Q Advisors at ITEXPO provides insight into how Q Advisors is serving the cloud communications technology sector.
SpeedConnect was exited through a strategic sale, resulting in the Company selling off a portion of its assets to a large global telecom operator, while remaining an independently operated entity.
The acquisition adds carrier-grade infrastructure and capacity to Rave’s Emergency Communications Suite
Connectivity Business interviewed Q Advisors’ Managing Director for insight on the TMT market.
Dean One has experienced enormous growth in the Dutch market in recent years and is now entering a new phase as part of an international telecom and cloud services provider.
Meriplex’s entrepreneurial leadership and strong track record for success aligns with Clairvest’s core values, providing an attractive partnership for both parties.
Telecom Ramblings publishes the latest QSights report as an “Industry Viewpoint”, citing Vonage’s M&A strategy and reported 2014 goal of becoming the clear frontrunner in cloud communications for business.
The acquisition of HFN provides ExteNet with additional high-capacity fiber footprint in the populous New York City/New Jersey metro area.
UC Today provides insights on the Cloud Communications industry including the rise of CPaaS, Disruptive Tech, and marketplace predictions.
The merger of Swyx and Within Reach Group, combined with the acquisition of Centile Telecom Applications, is one more step towards creating a new European market leader for the UCaaS and FMC markets.
With the potential $1 billion in financing, arranged with the help of Q Advisors, Tillman is ready to fortify the telecommunications infrastructure market.
Mr. Quinn discusses why it was the right time for Tiger Infrastructure Partners to sell, pointing to the positive outcome of ExteNet being able to expand their offering in the New Jersey and Manahattan metropolitan areas.
Bluelock is an important addition to the InterVision platform as the company grows its service lines and national reach.
Silicon Republic is citing the latest QSights report, which reveals that Europe is set to emerge from the shadow of the U.S. market in terms of cloud unified communications and collaboration (UCC).
The acquisition of Motto and its FLUX solution further refines the scalability of the Destiny offering and is an exceptional tool for Destiny and its partners in creating and managing a suitable cloud environment for its customers.
Highly complementary product offering and addition of key personnel broadens CallTower’s position as a leading global communications provider with expanded offerings to meet growing demand.
Consolidation within the UCaaS space has increased considerably. This is particularly true in Europe, where there are fewer regulatory barriers to network connectivity. Partner Gerry DeHaven and Managing Director Andy Monroe provide some insights and analysis in this Telecom Ramblings article.
Swyx fits perfectly with Waterland’s strategy to invest in fast-growing, high-quality companies that want to take leadership in their industry.
Solgari has announced the completion of its latest funding round - funds being used for product development and launch of integrated solution with Microsoft Dynamics 365.
Solgari, which was co- founded in 2012 by John Colgan, Vance Harris and Edward Grant, provides compliant and integrated omni-channel cloud communication services to customers in 33 countries