|Description||Wholesale and BusinessTelecommunications|
|dash Carrier Services, 2/2011|
|Venture Round, 3/2011 ||$20.5M|
Bandwidth is one of the largest telecom companies in the nation, helping over 500 wholesale customers and thousands of enterprise accounts leverage communications as a tool for innovation.
The company was founded in 1999 as a reseller of connectivity solutions, getting into the voice business when it recognized a need for more nimble voice solutions.
The company helped pioneer the concept of SIP trunking in 2006 and added 9-1-1 into its portfolio with the acquisition of dash Carrier Services in 2010. Bandwidth is now the only nationwide provider offering integrated Voice, 9-1-1, and SMS solutions, all available through an intuitive web-based portal.
The company has nearly 300 employees in its Raleigh headquarters, its Denver office and remote locations throughout the country. It is profitable and privately held.
Bandwidth Co-founders David Morken and Henry KaestnerAdded: 4/4/13
Henry and David on Bandwidth in the TriangleAdded: 4/4/13
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