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TelcoBridges relocates its Canadian global HQ


December 9, 2008
By Alyssa Dalton

TelcoBridges Inc.—a hardware and software supplier to telecom solution developers—has moved its global HQ to a new, larger facility in the metropolitan Montreal area at 91 de la Barre Street in Boucherville, Que.

Within
the last year, TelcoBridges has achieved record growth in terms of
revenue, headcount, partnerships and customer deployments, it claims.
It has new customer deployments in 45 countries, helping TelcoBridges
exceed its revenue and staffing forecasts, and prompting expansion into
its new facility.




Other milestones achieved within the last year that have fuelled its growth include:



• The opening of a larger Hong Kong office to support customers in the Asia-Pacific region

• The delivery of a service platform for advanced voice services over WiMAX

• The release of the Toolpack System Manager

• The
release of “Green IT Architecture” which optimizes power and cooling,
and reduces energy consumption without sacrificing capacity or
reliability.


• And the deployment of new mobile applications on TelcoBridges’ hardware.



“We’re
extremely thankful to our customers for running their telecom systems
on our platform and, at the same time, we’re more focused than ever on
maintaining our leadership position when it comes to capacity,
performance, and efficiency,” said Gaetan Campeau, president and CEO.
“Our new facility will play a key role in helping us support our
customers, enhance our products, and manage the next phase of our
growth as a company.”