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February 07, 2014

SingleHop Enters into Partnership with Telecom Brokerage


By Mandira Srivastava SIP Trunking Report Contributor



SingleHop is racking up the partnerships with master agencies.  Recently, dedicated server and cloud hosting company, SingleHop has announced a partnership with one of the United States' largest telecommunication Master Agents, Telecom Brokerage (TBI).


Based in Chicago, TBI offers a one-stop source for unbiased industry advice and the most aggressive pricing on telecom services from major providers of voice, internet, data, mobility, cloud, and managed services.

Started in 2006, SingleHop served the global Cloud Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) movement by enabling businesses and service providers in the design, deployment, and management of a wide range of Hosted Infrastructure solutions. The company’s proprietary automation platform allows organizations to quickly migrate or deploy workloads in the cloud.

By integrating its secure global data center footprint, robust remote management toolkit, and industry-leading SLAs,  SingleHop allows clients to manage their systems, while creating better economic efficiencies.

Ken Mercer Sr., vice president of TBI, said in a statement, "SingleHop's Bare Metal offering is a great first step for those customers looking to move into the cloud. It is a real alternative to colocation, yet without all the costs of managed hosting, and the customer retains complete control and management of their environments via SingleHop's LEAP portal. Attendances for our Cloud Clarity events have been overwhelming."

TBI offers the most aggressive pricing on telecom services from major providers of voice, internet, data, mobility, cloud, and managed services. The company’s sales agents partner with TBI to simplify quoting, earn high commissions, and benefit from support by an award-winning back-office.

 Mark A. Mercado, VP Channel Sales of SingleHop, said, "TBI partners have some of the best solution selling skills in the industry. It is not about trying to sell cloud or any particular service. It is about understanding what a customer is looking to accomplish with their business and realizing that the network and cloud are integral in making that happen.” 




Edited by Ryan Sartor
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