Bandwidth, a communication technology company, recently announced that it has been named to the “Grant Thornton (News - Alert) North Carolina 100” list, which recognizes 100 of the largest privately owned businesses in the state.
Bandwidth provides a full range of communications services, including wholesale voice origination and termination, a full suite of 911 services, hosted VoIP and Internet connectivity service for SMBs and a consumer wireless business. The company has already been recognized by the Triangle Business Journal as one of the Best Places to work in the Research Triangle Park region.
“We’re at the heart of a revolution going on in North Carolina—and more specifically, here in the Triangle. This region is such a vibrant area for startups and we’re a great example of a company that not only made it, but is turning an entire industry on its head,” said Bandwidth COO Chris Chuang.
“We began as a startup 13 years ago and now we’re the 6th largest telecom company in the nation. But that’s not the end of our success story. Our teams understand that what we’re doing here at Bandwidth is a real game changer. Particularly with our republic wireless product, we’re creating a new standard for how consumers experience mobile communications,” Chuang added.
Bandwidth.com founders David Morken and Henry Kaestner (News - Alert) were awarded Business Leader magazine's 2007/2008 Impact Business Leaders in the Triangle. Business Leader Media awards its Business Leader of the Year and Impact Business Leaders annually in the Triangle, Triad and Charlotte. A Triangle Business Leader of the Year has been chosen since 1997.
“We have dozens of open positions and we’re proud to continue creating jobs in the Triangle. All of our business lines are packed with incredible promise and Bandwidth is a great place to be right now. We’re changing the way people communicate and it’s really a once in a lifetime opportunity. Because our people all get that, we’re able to do some amazing work together,” said Bandwidth CMO Noreen Allen.