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July 20, 2011

IP5280 Communications Ranked among Top 10 Fastest-Growing Private Companies


By SIP Trunking Report Contributor



In its annual Fastest-Growing Private Companies survey, Denver Business Journal recently positioned IP5280 Communications, Colorado’s leading provider of hosted-VoIP and cloud-based communication services, at eight spot for its revenue category. According to the survey, IP5280 posted an impressive 74.76% growth in revenue over the three-year (2008-2010) ranking period. The report will feature in Denver Business Journal’s July 15-21, 2011 edition.


In its survey, The Denver Journal ranked top ten revenue-growth private companies in each of five business-size “flights.” The DBJ partners with the accounting firm Anton Collins Mitchell in producing its annual survey and rankings of the Fastest-Growing Private Companies.

“Our tremendous growth is a result of paying close attention to the needs of our customers, and adhering to strict financial business practices that allow us to operate a highly efficient and financially stable company,” said Jim King, Chief Financial Officer of IP5280 Communications. “Our leadership team has the critical experience necessary to operate in a fast-growing dynamic market; we’re built for the next 100 years of communications.”

 “In addition to our eighth fastest-growing private company ranking, we’re proud to be the fastest-growing ‘cloud’ communications company and to be among so many innovative companies spawning new growth in the Denver market,” said Jeffrey Pearl, co-founder and managing partner of IP5280. “We would especially like to thank the thousands of enterprise users who have already made the switch to IP5280 VoIP services.”

In related news, IP5280 Communications recently announced the completion and immediate availability of its VoIP SuperNode, described by company officials as an “ultra-low-latency high-capacity business VoIP private network node.” The SuperNode is delivered over Level 3 Communication's low-latency network routes across the U.S. and Europe, enabling IP5280 to offer direct on-net coverage to businesses in those regions. The SuperNode is built inside the IP5280 CLOVER - IP5280's cloud-based computing platform, company officials say, adding that CLOVER's patent-pending architecture uses a network of best-of-breed feature servers to deliver optimal performance, increased redundancy and enhanced customization capabilities “at a lower cost point.”


Rahul Arora is a TMCnet contributor. He has worked as an editor and freelance writer for several reputed organizations in India. To read more of his articles, please visit his columnist page.

Edited by Rich Steeves