Inteliquent (IQNT) connects millions of phone calls and text messages from U.S. telecom companies like AT&T and Sprint, as well as next-generation communication providers like app developers. It's a critical role in how people around the world connect each day, but few people know its services exist. The company's CEO Matt Carter is looking to change that. 'We are seeing an explosion of text messaging growth among the population and what these companies are looking for is an alternative network to help them to accommodate all that growth - and that is where we come in,' said Carter.
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