TelePacific extends product set to Texas business customers

With the integration of the Tel West assets now complete, TelePacific is bringing its wider set of services to Texas' small to medium business (SMB) services market. The provider will offer its product line, including hosted PBX and various cloud-based services, to existing Tel West and new TelePacific customers in the state.

Before being purchased by TelePacific in 2011, Tel West mainly sold T1-based voice (PRIs and Integrated Access), Internet and MPLS services.

The CLEC is grouping the new service sets into three categories: Connect Solutions, which includes a suite of IP-based data, wireless, and conferencing services; Cloud Solutions, which offers hosted PBX, colocation and hosted exchange applications; and Continuity Solutions, which provides network security, data backup and secondary circuits.

In tandem with the new service introduction, TelePacific expanded its offices in Richardson and Corpus Christi, a move which will be followed by those it has in Austin and Houston. Over the next three months, TelePacific will open offices in Fort Worth and San Antonio.

By extending its set of products to existing Tel West customers and others in Texas, TelePacific will become another competitive threat to regional and national competitive providers including Alpheus and XO Communications. 

For more:
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