BandCon Earns 8th Slot in Top 100 Telecommunications Companies for Inc. 500 Magazine’s List of Fastest Growing Private Companies
BandCon, a content delivery solutions provider, has landed the 8th spot on the Inc. 500 Magazine, 2008 List of Fastest-Growing Private Companies in the Telecommunications category as well as #330 overall. BandCon offers a full suite of internet infrastructure services for companies with content rich web 2.0 sites such as MySpace, The Weather Channel, Neulion and Miniclip.com.
Founded in 2000, the company grew revenues 877.5% to $9.7M in 2007 and continues on that same pace as it delivers the products and services needed to support one of the fastest growing markets segments today – media rich content delivered over the internet.
“BandCon is honored to receive the award from the Inc. 500 Magazine. Our team has worked very hard for this recognition and I am very proud of their success,” says CEO and Founder, Ari Benowitz. “We are very excited by what the future holds for us.”
The Orange County-based company ranked 22nd amongst the Top 100 Businesses in Los Angeles-Long Beach-Santa Ana, CA as COO and Co-Founder, Mike Flatin reflects upon this award, “It is our commitment to building and bundling internet infrastructure products that has allowed us to attain this success. We want to keep raising the bar for service and technology delivery.”
In today’s 2.0 world, a website must be media rich and engage a visitor in multiple ways with interactive content. The richer the site becomes, the greater the challenge for the site owner to support its growth and scalability. BandCon helps hundreds of companies solve this problem as they deliver their content to millions of visitors each month.
“Ari and Mike are enthusiastic, industry veterans with a vision for the future of scalable Web 2.0 solutions. They have carefully built this company into a strong and serious contender that is well positioned in the market,” says CFO, Scot Ross.
Inc. Magazine’s rankings are based on revenue growth from 2004 through 2007. To be eligible, companies must be US based, privately held and independent, with revenue of at least $200,000 in 2004 and $2 million in 2007. For more information on the “Fastest Growing Private Companies in America,” please see the September issue of Inc. or visit the website at http://www.inc.com/inc5000.
BandCon is a content delivery service provider for companies with media rich web 2.0 sites. The BandCon Content Delivery System(TM) provides internet infrastructure services needed to support a content site at any stage of growth. From its national backbone network, BandCon offers IP Transit, Transport services, CDN, Peering and Colocation services that are unmatched in terms of flexibility and scalability. Customers include MySpace, The Weather Channel, Neulion, Imeem and Miniclip.com. To learn more, please visit the company website at www.bandcon.com