Modern Networks announced today that it has acquired the business of RADD Telecoms – a specialist provider of cabling infrastructure, data and fibre optic cabling services who work with many construction companies in the UK.
The acquisition of RADD Telecoms allows Modern Networks to deliver a true end-to-end solution for the client; from the construction phase and first fix infrastructure services, through to the handover to clients of enterprise networks, datacentre solutions, collaboration technology and user workspaces.
Modern Networks will continue to lead the way in the delivery of IT and communications infrastructure services into large buildings and retail spaces, whether working on behalf of the Architect, M&E contractor, Prime Contractor, or the tenant business.
With the continued proliferation of connected devices and new smart building technology – Internet of Things (IoT) and Internet of Everything (IoE) – “we are seeing increased demand for service providers to deliver unified, single network solutions into buildings”, enabling the landlord, managing agents, and tenants to benefit from the continued technological advancements in these areas.
“Having worked with Richard Brewster and his team at RADD Telecoms for many years we are excited by the opportunities that this acquisition brings to the customers and employees of both organizations” says Matt Reeve, CEO of Modern Networks.
Modern Networks and RADD Telecoms now have the capability to deliver major cabling infrastructure projects with advanced network and datacentre solutions as single work packages, without the use of a third party.
“With the acquisition of our company by Modern Networks we are “now able to offer the proven expertise of their networking capabilities,” says Richard Brewster, RADD Telecoms director, “we feel this will be of huge benefit to many of our existing client base who historically would need to deploy the services of several companies to achieve their final goal, we can now reduce this to a one stop shop, reducing inherent multi-company problems on major projects.”