Fremont, CA – November 2020 – Founded in 2012 and with 700+ employees located in over 30 worldwide locations, Rahi continues to advance its strategy to provide end-to-end IT, data center infrastructure, and enterprise IT solutions to customers across the globe. Today, the company announced details of their seventh global acquisition of Taiwan-based IT solutions company, Herpin Communications.
Herpin Communications is a well-established integration services player in Taiwan known for providing communication, information, network, and security office automation solutions. The merging of Rahi’s Taiwan entity and Herpin Communications will expand the companies footprint in the following industries:
Integration services in physical layer to data center technology infrastructure
Enterprise campus technologies & services including data, wireless and audio / video
Distribution, logistics, and services across Taiwan
The acquisition will see the Rahi team in Taiwan grow to 40 employees with ongoing investment expected. It will uniquely position Rahi to offer solutions to businesses headquartered in Taiwan and have operations outside of the country.
“We aim to provide our international customers and domestic ROC Taiwan customers with a substantially expanded set of services and offerings globally. Partners and customers of both Herpin or Rahi can expect enhanced support in bringing their technologies to a broader market. The Herpin team have established the company as leaders, and having met with them, it was a natural decision to bring our two companies together.” says Tarun Raisoni, CEO of Rahi.
A number of new appointments have also been made. Mr. Johnny Lin will become the VP of Engineering & Services, and Mrs. Teresa Chu joins as the VP of Solutions and Sales.
Rahi is known globally for providing audio – video, data center, IT infrastructure, and networking & security solutions to create integrated IT environments. Established in 2012 and now with 30 office locations worldwide, Rahi is trusted by some of the world’s leading technology companies.