Telatinos Inc., a Latin American VoIP and communication service provider, has been announcing multiple millionaire deals with Brazilian corporations since last month. The company announced today that it scored a confirmed purchase order for the build-out and maintenance of its enterprise-wide IPxes communication services from MJA Servicos Ltda. MJA Servicos is a Brazilian heavy equipment manufacturer. The contract size represents approximately US$8,000,000.
Telatinos’ IPxes is a business class, scalable communications service that provides broadband data, voice and wireless service using multiple integrated T-1 lines with a layer 2 private network. The company says its proprietary technology and integration provides SME customers with dedicated Internet access, customizable business solutions for voice, data, wireless and Internet, and secure communications channels between the SMEs' offices, partners, vendors, customers and employees without the use of a firewall or encryption devices.
The company has spread out deployments of IPxes all throughout a growing network presence in South America, including network facilities in Brazil, Colombia, Costa Rica, and US operations in Miami, Florida. IPxes' proprietary technology, XRF link, remote network locations may be connected through IPxes' network enables secure and direct transfer of communication, documents, databases and virtually any other information between a client's headquarters and their remote locations. Each location is provided with dedicated access and extended services resulting in maximum efficiency.
Previous to today’s announcement, the company secured a purchase order for IPxes communication services from the Brazilian coffee producers and exporters Odebrecht Com. e Ind. de Cafe Ltda, and Agro Biofloresta Ind. Com. Exp. de Guarana e Produtos Agricolas. The deal brought the company an approximate US$8,000,000 payoff. Telatinos had also scored an order of IPxes announced a day before from Nitrotech Industria (Brazil) Ltd. Nitrotech Industria is a Brazilian Municipal co-op fertilizer exporter. The contract was valued at approximately US$22,000,000.
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