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46 Labs, renowned worldwide for its expertise in connectivity management catering to large enterprises and service providers, has completed the acquisition of Hypercube Networks from affiliates of West Technology Group.

This strategic move aims to bolster 46 Labs' portfolio by integrating Hypercube's advanced network capabilities and infrastructure. Hypercube Networks stands out as a prominent communications network company, celebrated for its robust network infrastructure that seamlessly links Voice-over Internet Protocol (VoIP) networks of major wireless carriers with the Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN) through cost-effective interconnections and cutting-edge technology.

"By acquiring Hypercube, we are continuing and broadening our mission to solve the world's biggest connectivity problems by breathing life into legacy systems," said Trevor Francis, CEO of 46 Labs. "Innovation is at the core of our business. Acquiring Hypercube will allow us to offer a fully vertical solution that has yet to be seen in the industry. This is the first step in our journey toward market modernization."

Integrated with the comprehensive 46 Labs software and connectivity suite, the Hypercube Network is poised to significantly elevate 46 Labs' network infrastructure, streamlining automation and offering capacity and application management solutions to global carriers and enterprises through a unified user interface.

This acquisition will empower 46 Labs with enhanced capacity, enabling efficient modernization of networks for major carriers and enterprises worldwide. It will facilitate the seamless conversion of legacy Time Division Multiplexing (TDM) connectivity to IP on a large scale.