Telx, Intellisys establish channel partnership

Telx has once again found that there's power in partnering. This time, the interconnection and colocation provider has struck a marketing partnership agreement with Intelisys Communications, a master agency business communications services distributor.

Through the new non-exclusive partnership agreement, Intelisys agents will be able to offer its customers carrier-neutral connectivity in all 15 of its North American sites.

Jay Bradley, President of Intelisys' Telecom Agency division said that "Telx is carrier-neutral, allowing end users to be one cross-connect away from a secure, direct connection to any of the hundreds of carriers, ISPs and enterprises within the Telx ecosystem."

In addition to being carrier neutral, the partnership is channel neutral, meaning that Telx sales executives can provide not only direct marketing and sales support to Intelisys Sales Partners, but also a higher close rate and a more collaborative channel relationship.

For more:
- see the release here

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