Entanet is celebrating twenty years in business this February, having grown, following its incorporation in 1996, into a £32 million business with over 100 staff and its own national MPLS network.
Entanet is now aiming to build on its stable and established position, and the strength and resilience of its nationwide network infrastructure, to continue its growth and development and broaden and deepen its partnerships with resellers and service providers. The company is planning further significant investment in its communications network and intends to work even more closely with its partners to deliver the fast, reliable and flexible connectivity services upon which all organisations now depend.
The company will continue to be completely channel-focused, providing its resale and wholesale partners with broadband, Ethernet and leased line connectivity, IP VPN solutions, VoIP and traditional telecoms and hosting and colocation services. Entanet will also continue to nurture and protect its reputation for delivering high-quality communications solutions and offering knowledgeable, dedicated and friendly support to all of its partners.
Commenting on this significant milestone, Entanet’s CEO Elsa Chen, said: “Over the last two decades we have seen significant advances in the communications industry and fundamental changes to the use and adoption of technology. Throughout this time, connectivity has become absolutely critical to the operations of almost every commercial and public sector organisation. The dependence can only increase and as it does, Entanet will continue to invest in and to develop its services to meet the needs of its partners and their customers.
“We have always needed to be agile and responsive while looking forward to take advantage of new opportunities and we’ll continue to take that approach. We have also continued in our firm commitment and dedication to the channel and that won’t change. Entanet wouldn’t be celebrating this milestone without the ongoing support of its channel partners, and so we’re proud to give them the same commitment in return.”
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