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Type: Publicly held
Industry: Information Technology
Founded: 1983
Founder(s): James H. Long
Headquarters: 6401 South West Freeway,
Houston, TX 77074
Country: USA
Employees: 433 (2009)
Revenue: $300+ million (2010)[1]
Blog: INX Blog
LinkedIn: INX
Twitter: TwitterIcon.png@INXinc
Key People
Mark T. Hilz, President and CEO

Philip Rydzewski, Chief Financial Office

INX Inc. is a technology infrastructure solutions provider, founded in 1983 by James H. Long. These solutions are provided to public and private corporations in different industries ranging from health care, entertainment, legal, public and private educational institutions, local, state and federal government agencies.[2] The company’s headquarters are located in Houston, Texas, with offices in Texas, California, Connecticut, Idaho, Massachusetts, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Oregon, Utah, Washington, and Washington, DC.

On April 13, 2011, the Securities and Exchange Commission suspended the trading of the INX shares on the NASDAQ Stock Market due the company's inability to file the required financial reports with the Commission.[3]

Infrastructure Solutions

INX Technology Infrastructures are divided into three categories: Network Infrastructure (network routing and switching, wireless networking and network security solutions), Unified Communications (Internet protocol (IP) network-based voice or telephone solutions, & IP network-based video communications solutions), and data center solutions (network storage solutions and data center server virtualization solutions).

Technology Partners

INX has partnered with some of the leading IP Communication and Data Management companies, including Cisco Systems, VMware, Netapp and VCE.[4]


The company has acquired the following companies:

  • Access Flow, Inc. - June 6, 2008 [5]
  • NetTeks Technology Consultants, Inc.- November 14, 2008 [6]
  • VocalMash – December 4, 2008 [7]
  • Advanced NetworX, Inc.- July 17, 2009 [8]