Telephony firm IP Telecom signs €1.5m deal with Radius Technologies

27 Mar 2017

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IP Telecom, a Dublin-based telephony firm, has signed a three-year deal with Radius Technologies to sell its various platforms.

Founded in 2010, IP Telecom is currently one of Ireland’s largest VoIP providers for business. With its various wholesale platforms, it has more than 20,000 network endpoints across thousands of businesses in Ireland.

The company has now revealed that it has signed a deal with compatriot IT provider Radius Technologies, worth €1.5m over the next three years.

As part of the deal, IP Telecom will provide Radius Technologies with wholesale voice traffic, SIP trunking and hosted PBX platforms.

Founded more than 20 years ago, Radius Technologies is a major provider of unified communications companies across an established IT client base.

The aim of the new partnership, IP Telecom said, is to provide Radius Technologies with a full suite of services, including number portability and international reach.

New IP Telecom CEO

Shena Brien, CEO of IP Telecom, said: “We’re delighted that Radius Technologies have chosen IP Telecom to provide their VoIP infrastructure. More and more companies are moving to IP Telecom as they see the high-quality service and good value for money we deliver our customers.

“We look forward to working with Radius Technologies in 2017 and strengthening the SME and enterprise VoIP structures for customers, helping them to save money on their telephony costs.”

Radius Technologies’ managing director, Jerry Buckley, added: “Partnership between IP Telecom and Radius Technologies is a reflection of where both companies believe the VoIP industry is going in this country. We made the decision to change provider as we need to move quickly to service our customers’ demands.”

The benefits and savings associated with VoIP are becoming well known in the business world, resulting in large migration towards VoIP.

Brien co-founded IP Telecom in 2010 after 20 years of working in Ireland, the UK and Europe, and was recently appointed CEO of the company.

Colm Gorey was a senior journalist with Silicon Republic