Upon closing of the transaction, Intermedia, already the world's largest third-party hosted Exchange provider, would become one of the largest providers of cloud voice and hosted PBX services for SMBs in the US. The transaction enhances Intermedia's suite of integrated cloud services managed with its proprietary HostPilot® Control Panel, and brings scale to the voice operations of the combined company. Additionally, AccessLine's team of telecommunications professionals collectively brings decades of industry and operational experience that will be retained and fully leveraged throughout the integration of the two businesses, and in the development of new products, opportunities, and partnerships.
A portion of the all-cash transaction is expected to be financed through a bank syndicate led by Silicon Valley Bank, Royal Bank of Canada, Churchill Financial, Citibank, and CapitalSource Bank. Additional equity commitments have been provided by Intermedia's existing investors, which include Oak Hill Capital Partners, a leading private equity firm with over $8 billion of committed capital.
Telanetix is currently a portfolio company of Hale Capital Partners. Stifel Nicolaus Weisel acted as lead financial advisor to Telanetix and Duff & Phelps provided a fairness opinion to the Special Committee and the Board of Directors of Telanetix. Holland & Knight is acting as legal advisor to Telanetix. Wilson, Sonsini, Goodrich & Rosati is serving as legal counsel to Intermedia.
The transaction is subject to customary conditions to closing, including, among other conditions, federal and state regulatory approvals, and is expected to close within approximately six months.
For further information regarding all terms and conditions contained in the definitive merger agreement, please see Telanetix's Current Report on Form 8-K that will be filed in connection with this transaction.
Intermedia is the premier provider of cloud services to small and medium-sized businesses and the world's largest third-party provider of hosted Microsoft Exchange. Intermedia's Office in the Cloud suite offers essential business services -- including hosted Exchange, Hosted PBX and Cloud Server -- that enable customers to communicate, collaborate, manage content and run their business applications. All of these services are managed using Intermedia's powerful HostPilot control panel. Intermedia's services are delivered from top-tier datacenters, protected by enterprise-grade security, and supported by its premium 24/7 customer care. Fully integrated and designed for mobility, these services provide a worry-free experience that keeps customers focused on doing business. Intermedia also empowers thousands of partners -- including MSPs and select Fortune 500 companies -- to sell cloud services under their own brand. Founded in 1995, Intermedia was the first to offer hosted Microsoft Exchange. Today, Intermedia's Business Cloud powers over 550,000 premium hosted Exchange mailboxes -- far more than any other provider. For more information, visit Intermedia.net.
ABOUT TELANETIX, INC.
Telanetix, Inc. (OTCQB: TNIX), doing business as AccessLine, is a leading cloud based communications solutions company providing next-generation hosted voice services, delivered primarily to the small and mid-sized business market, over a scalable and highly efficient carrier-grade network platform. The company's key products are sold through its direct and indirect channels to over 40,000 business customers and include a cloud-based business VoIP phone service (hosted PBX), SIP trunking service, and modular cloud-based individualized services. Telanetix's solutions meet the real-world communications demands of its customers with a compelling value proposition of cutting edge products and technology that brings enhanced productivity and industry-leading savings to customers. The company's cloud-based hosted telecom voice services give companies flexible calling solutions, a simpler installation experience, and a greater range of support options than traditional telecom providers.
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