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By | John Leyden 1st November 2006 15:56

Azzurri buys virtual network firm Sirocom

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Brief Communications firm Azzurri has acquired UK-based virtual network operator (VNO) Sirocom for an undisclosed sum.

Sirocom, which specialises in the design, installation and operation of voice and date networks, has an annual turnover of £31m and employs 110 staff.

Customers such as HSBC, STA Travel, Cadbury Schweppes, and BSkyB use the firm to manage their communications networks.

The firm said its acquisition by Azzurri will allow it to "reach out to new customers and deliver increased levels of service." ®

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