Fibernetics, a telecom company in Canada, recently announced that it has completed the acquisition of Nucleus Information Service Inc., a company that provides a wide selection of telecommunications services including VoIP systems. The officials from Fibernetics said the acquisition will prove to be a great move for the company, which is looking to expand in western Canada.
Founded in 1993, Nucleus Information Service claims to be the first Internet Service Provider in the Calgary area. The company has since expanded throughout Alberta and British Columbia and claim to be the largest independently owned and operated ISP in Western Canada. Nucleus boasts of a large client base which includes large and small businesses from numerous sectors.
"Having the privilege of acquiring Calgary's first ISP is the exact shot in the arm strategically that Fibernetics has been looking for,” said Fibernetics president John Stix, in a statement. “We are growing through acquisition as part of our development strategy to expand our full suite of services into Western Canada and we are looking at other opportunities as well.”
Headquartered in Cambridge, Ontario, Fibernetics claims to be one of Canada's fastest growing and largest telecommunications companies. The company boasts of its national infrastructure that delivers a range of voice and data services for residential customers through Worldline and for business clients with their NEWT Business Phone (News - Alert) System and Business Internet.
Fibernetics’ NEWT eliminates the expense of various business lines and replaces them with a single dedicated voice connection. It can also be leveraged using a high bandwidth, high availability, multi-use voice and data connection with a completely private path for the voice.
Few weeks ago, NEWT introduced their re-vamped and re-energized website. An online resource for Canadian businesses looking to upgrade their communication and data services, the new NEWT website is easier to navigate, quicker to access and with its responsive design, accessible from any platform. The site upgrades feature both enhanced content and a redesigned format, which provides a better overall user experience and enhances the company's already well-established position as the leader in customer-focused business communications.
Edited by Alisen Downey