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Cloud Broadband Provider NeoNova Adds 60k Subscribers

August 16, 2012

Thanks to the growing movement toward cloud, business is booming for NeoNova Network Services, which provides cloud-based broadband services for regional ISPs.

NeoNova, an authorized premier reseller of Google (News - Alert) Apps for ISPs and businesses, has added 11 new affiliate companies this year, which translates to more than 60,000 new subscribers and the addition of three states, Wisconsin, Iowa and Vermont, to the 32 already served by NeoNova.

The Research Triangle Park, N.C.-based firm company has also migrated more than 250,000 end users to Google Apps, according to Ray Carey, CEO at NeoNova Network Services.

“We are experiencing strong growth in our core business,” Carey said in a company statement. “The combination of the right products, a powerful platform, and top notch support has put us in the best position possible to service regional Internet Service Providers.”

The new affiliates include Alpine Communications, Brantley Telephone, MBO Companies, Mutual Telephone Company, Nortex Communications, North East Telephone Company, Panhandle Telephone Cooperative, Pueblo of Laguna Telecommunications, Nucla-Nutria Telephone, Ft. Mojave Telephone, and Waitsfield, Champlain Valley Telephone.

Each of these companies is integrating Google Apps and other NeoNova products into their core operations.

NeoNova’s business strategy is its cloud-based software that allows for telco optimization without regard to geography and also provides the proper support to each organization so it can successfully leverage available technology.

“At the same time we are converting companies to Google, we are adding additional products in the cloud and applications space to help our existing and new customers reduce churn and drive revenue growth,” added Carey. “The result for our affiliates is a competitive email platform and new ways to increase revenue and retain customers.”

In related news, NeoNova recently announced that it aims at further expanding its reach within small- and medium-sized businesses (SMB) to provide them with enhanced cloud based solutions, TMCnet reported.

The company leverages its robust software platform to offer a wide range of subscriber, network management and professional services to its customers.

Google Apps solutions offered by NeoNova reportedly feature around 99.99 percent up time, and are relied upon by over 40 million customers across the globe.


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Edited by Braden Becker

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