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Telnyx continues Global expansion with new Dublin office

Written by Robert McHugh, on 7th Nov 2016. Posted in General

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Telnyx have announced this month that they have established their Global presence by opening a new office in Dublin.

The Dublin location marks the startup’s second branch with its headquarters in Chicago.
 
The provider of wholesale real-time communications and VoIP services plans to hire up to 20 network, devops and site reliability engineers in the next year to create a full platform engineering team to support global deployments. Recruitment is already underway.  

Separately, they are building a technical network operations center and a service center to offer customers more coverage and availability across a wide range of time zones and languages.
 
The decision to expand internationally came from the company’s quickly growing customer-base with international communication needs. By expanding to Ireland, Telnyx can continue to offer customers high-quality international communication with agile customer service.
 
Telnyx’s cloud-based platform delivers reliable real-time communications to its business users around the globe. The next-generation phone company created a purpose-built infrastructure that enables managed service providers and enterprises to purchase wholesale telecommunications services a la carte via their Mission Control portal and API, allowing customers to Be Their Own Carrier.
 
The decision to expand internationally came from the company’s quickly growing customer-base with international communication needs. By expanding to Ireland, Telnyx can continue to offer customers high-quality international communication with agile customer service.
 
Telnyx Co-Founder and COO, Ian Reither said, "Ireland embraces innovative companies and we’re excited to be part of the tech community in Dublin. There are a lot of talented knowledge workers in the technology and communications field in Ireland, and we’re looking forward to adding to our team and keeping momentum with our growth thus far."

Source: www.businessworld.ie

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