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Friday 09th of October 2009

VoIP Logic snaps up Sundial Network


by Alan Harten
September 3, 2009

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VoIP Logic announced yesterday at the ITEXPO that it was planning to buy up the VoIP engineering services from Sundial Network.

There are no official details on what the terms or value of the new acquisition was, but it is known that former Sundial CEO Ardeshir Ghanbarzadeh will be the vice president of operations now for VoIP Logic.

VoIP Logic has been on the market for the last six years offering its hosted management solutions to about 200 service providers.

It also offers Cortex OSS to its carrier customers.

Now, with the acquisition of the Sundial services it will be able to offer all of these items with engineering solutions and services as well.

Vice President of Sales and Marketing at VoIP Logic said that the new services are logical, no pun intended, given that the company now has more Class 5 deployments that are much more complex from company to company than its previous popular Class 4 deployments.

Three other employees from Sundial with engineering experience will also be moving over to VoIP Logic outside of Ghanbarzadeh.

Additionally, about 12 customers of Sundial will now be customers of the VoIP Logic umbrella.

CEO of VoIP Logic said that the transaction is what VoIP Logic needs since now customers will receive the perks of Sundial’s engineering and professional services with a new structured management that will be provided with the guidance of Ardeshir.

In the last year alone the growth rate at VoIP Logic has been steady with a revenue increase of over 90% between the years of 2007 and 2008.



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