TBI Adds TeraGo to Vendor Portfolio
TBI, the largest, privately-owned master agent and technology distributor, announced that they’ve signed a distribution partnership agreement with TeraGo Networks Inc. (“TeraGo”), a Canadian-based company with over 20 years of experience that provides networking, connectivity and core infrastructure solutions, including cloud and hybrid IT across Canada.
TeraGo owns a national spectrum portfolio of exclusive 24 GHz and 38 GHz wide-area spectrum licenses, including 2,120 MHz of spectrum across Canada’s six largest cities. They manage over 3,000 Cloud workloads, own and manage their own IP network, and operate five data centers in the greater Toronto and Vancouver areas, as well as in Kelowna.
The Company serves approximately 3,000 business customers in nearly 50 major markets across Canada including Toronto, Montreal, Calgary, Edmonton, Vancouver, Ottawa and Winnipeg. They are the only Canadian national provider selling fixed wireless and private cloud/colocation, making them the ideal fit for TBI’s growth in the Canadian market.
“We are very pleased to be adding TeraGo to our impressive portfolio of vendors. This partnership will help TBI bring to our partners and their customers with Canadian operations a solid cloud, network and connectivity options with short implementation time-frames,” says Geoff Shepstone, president of TBI. “This relationship also affords our selling partners the ability to assist their customers with digital transformation initiatives, present alternative technology solutions, and help their customers save money on their existing architecture—all while enabling cloud access and computing.”
As a Canadian-based company, TeraGo understands the needs, resources and scale of Canadian companies, making them true experts in providing enterprise-class solutions based on a wealth of experience and knowledge on what works best for mid-sized Canadian businesses.
“We are excited to join TBI’s extensive supplier portfolio as one of their first Canadian Cloud and Networking Providers,” said Blake Wetzel, CRO of TeraGo. He also added, “This partnership brings together a unique combination of networking, colocation, cloud, and cloud managed services and upcoming technology in 5G to a community of IT advisors and agents. With TeraGo’s nationwide reach and capabilities in the hands of TBI’s community of partners, both Canadian business and global companies with a Canadian presence will benefit if they are looking to advance their company’s digital transformation. TBI’s partnership and its industry leading innovation and superior support model will break new ground in the Canadian business community. Bringing the unmatched capabilities of TeraGo and our focus on differentiated service to TBI’s agent community will benefit IT buyers and agents throughout North America.”