Telesphere Taps McCarthy for National Indirect Channel Manager — California

by | Sep 12, 2012 | UC

Scottsdale, Ariz. – Sept. 12, 2012 – Rob McCarthy has joined unified cloud communications provider Telesphere as Indirect Channel Manager for California. In this newly created position, McCarthy will oversee the growth and management of Telesphere’s indirect sales channel from the company’s San Francisco office.

Privately held Telesphere has one of the most robust telecommunications infrastructures in the nation.  The expansion of the indirect sales channel into California offers enterprise networks the next wave of communications for businesses.  McCarthy states, “California businesses are sophisticated and many forward-thinking entrepreneurial companies have already migrated their enterprise-premised base of communications services into the cloud.  We’re now seeing a large number of government and large enterprise multi-office institutions taking that important step.  We’re looking forward to building business in both the public and private sectors throughout the Golden State.”

McCarthy adds, “Telesphere has always offered coast-to-coast service on its national network, but this latest expansion will enable Telesphere’s California operations to better penetrate the target enterprise businesses and government entities that Telesphere’s robust platform and infrastructure were constructed to handle.” McCarthy joins Telesphere from Reaction Communications, a provider of data, voice and IP telephony solutions for businesses.  McCarthy has a long-term history in telecommunications, leading sales expansion in California as well as the Western states.

Telesphere has aggressively expanded its own telecommunications infrastructure, during a time when many peer companies have declined or been acquired by competitors.  The company has enjoyed a 273% growth rate over the past three years, and has been nationally recognized as one of the fastest growing companies in telecommunications by the Inc. 500/5000 list two years in a row.  It recently developed two new “super hubs,” that provide even more services for multi-site enterprise systems, regardless of whether there are 1 to 1,000 offices. Telesphere’s private network has two National Operations Centers, in addition to national 12 Points of Presence (POPs) that offer customers robust bandwidth and secure protection.

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Telesphere is the leading privately held provider of unified cloud communications.  It offers carrier-grade performance and support for wireline and mobile devices to businesses over its private IP MPLS network; one of the largest in the nation.  Telesphere’s hosted services allow businesses of any size to enjoy all the latest voice, video, data and collaboration features of large enterprise systems without the costly investment of on-premises equipment.

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