Adaptive Communications LLC

Adaptive Communications LLC

Adaptive Communications LLC

Date Founded



230 commerce way, portsmouth, nh 03801-6849 usa

Type of Company



IT Consulting & Services
Cable, Satellite, and Radio Telecommunications

Company Description

Adaptive Communications LLC provides network connectivity, security and storage solutions. Its solutions include Visibility, Green, Data Center, Data Center and Compliance. The company was founded by Stephen Thorpe and Brentwood J. McLeod in December 1997 and is headquartered in Portsmouth, NH.

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Executives & Employees

Vice President of Product Strategy


Chief Technology Officer

Director-Territory Sales

Vice President, Finance

Vice President-Sales

Vice President-Engineering

Purchasing Manager

Inside Sales

Sales Development Representative

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Sverica Capital Management LLC, Investcorp Corporate Investment Group, Optiv Security, Inc. purchase Adaptive Communications LLC


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