In April 2004 I co-founded and became CTO of Timico, a UK based Communications Provider. Since that time the company has grown rapidly including 4 consecutive years in the Sunday Times/Microsoft Techtrack 100 (10th, 4th, 23rd and 58th). and in 2009 we had made it to number 7 in the Deloitte Technology 50 (25th in Europe).
I am a co-founder and council member of the UK Internet Telephony Service Providers’ Association, was for four years a board member of the SIP Forum and am on the Industrial Panel of Bangor University School of Engineering. Since 2008 I have been a council member of the UK Internet Services Providers Association ISPA. I am also on the board of directors of Lonap, the London Access Point internet exchange.
More recently I have served on the Advisory Panel to The Department of culture Media and Sport for IPv6 and the Information Commissioners Office Technology Review Panel.
Timico has grown both organically and by acquisition (Atlas Internet, KeConnect, Twang.net, NewNet, HandHeldPC, PowerNet and Redwood Telecom) and now has in the region of 19,000 business customers ranging from FTSE100 organisations, Small and Medium Sized Enterprises down to very small businesses. The Group has won many significant awards including the ITSPA Award for Best Unified ITSP, ISPA Best Dedicated Hosting and Best Consumer ISP.
The Timico Group is able to provide a wide range of communications products and services. The company owns its own VoIP infrastructure, operates a 10Gbps core network and manages data-centres both inside and outside the M25.
O2 and Vodafone service provision licenses and a strong relationship with BT and other Tier 1 carriers completes the network connectivity part of the portfolio. Timico is a regular participant in BT technology trials.
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