NewCloud Networks Announces Strategic Partnership With Master Agent Telecom Brokers

NewCloud Networks, a provider of cloud hosting services across the U.S., has announced a strategic partnership with Master Agent Telecom Brokers. The partnership would allow both companies to grow strategically together through offering Infrastructure-as-a-Service IaaS) to medium-sized businesses and small enterprises across the United States.

cloud-hosting-newcloud-networks“Adding NewCloud Networks to the Telecom Brokers portfolio is evidence of our commitment to our agent partners to provide access to companies who are known for both innovation and expertise in delivering cutting-edge products and support,” said Nancy Ridge, Vice President of Telecom Brokers. “As a result of our thorough and lengthy qualification process, I am convinced Telecom Brokers and New Cloud Networks share the same philosophy in how to be successful selling cloud solutions in today’s market.” 

The companies will officially launch NewCloud’s cloud hosting services to the Telecom Brokers channel in October via live webinar. Following which, NewCloud will provide ongoing product and market knowledge webinars to keep agents up to date on the latest technologies and trends in the cloud industry.

Mid-market businesses

NewCloud Networks shares similar sentiments about the partnership. “The strategic relationship between NewCloud Networks and Telecom Brokers signifies NewCloud’s commitment to offer state-of-the-art cloud hosting services to mid-market businesses via knowledgeable and reliable partners,” said Sam V. Kumar, President of NewCloud. “Our partners are the reason NewCloud continues to expand and continues to be successful across the country. We are looking forward to a long and beneficial partnership with Telecom Brokers.”

Founded in 1988, NewCloud Networks specializes in the deployment of hybrid cloud hosting services, backup and disaster recovery, virtual desktops and hosted PBX to mid-sized and small enterprise businesses. NewCloud’s data centers in Denver and Phoenix are powered by VMware and connected by a 10 Gbps MPLS backbone for maximum performance and security.