With the completion of the acquisition, Intermedia is now one of the largest providers of cloud voice and hosted PBX services for SMBs in the US.
Intermedia says it will manage the newly acquired communication services through its proprietary HostPilot Control Panel.
Telanetix, which is now conducting business as AccessLine, provides next-generation hosted voice services, which it delivers primarily to the small and mid-sized business market, over a scalable and highly efficient carrier-grade network platform.
The company’s products are sold through its direct and indirect channels to over 40,000 business customers.
Its products include a cloud-based business VoIP phone service (hosted PBX), SIP trunking service, and modular cloud-based individualized services.
“This transaction enables us to further execute on our Office in the Cloud vision of an integrated suite of cloud services for small and medium-sized businesses and the channels that serve them,” Phil Koen, chairman and CEO of Intermedia said in the company’s initial statement in January. “With AccessLine, we are gaining an outstanding team of about 100 talented individuals with significant, successful experience developing and delivering next-generation hosted voice services that will meet the rapidly evolving communications needs of our customers and partners.”
In April, Intermedia enhanced its Office in the Cloud suite of hosted IT services by adding legally compliant email archiving capabilities, as well as made significant enhancements to the Intermedia partner program.