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Transmode to expand route network

Transmode has announced that it has added three partners to increase its routes to market and expand its strong UK business.

The partner companies – Horsebridge Network Systems, MMX Communications Services and Xantaro UK – have all been specifically chosen to add knowledge and expertise in the UK market, and specifically in the vertical markets of government services, defence, healthcare and public utilities.

Transmode's UK team will continue to support and grow the company's direct business and the new partnerships will expand its reach by concentrating on developing new business in a dynamic and consistently strong market for the company. The newly expanded UK partner network will also enable Transmode to expand the range of services offered to the whole of its UK and Ireland customer base.

Mark Burton, European vice president for Transmode, said: 'We are delighted to announce these new partnerships and believe that each company will contribute to our strong and growing business, and provide greater support to new customers in a range of new vertical markets. These three new partners have been chosen to not only be strong partners individually but to also complement each other in projects requiring sophisticated service offerings.'

The three companies say the addition of the Transmode portfolio will enhance their current offerings and improve choice and market support for the UK's booming network operator community.

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