Integra Telecom Inc. declared in June 2012 that it presently has completed 2,013 on-network fiber installations as well as 115 consumer builds from the start of 2012. This CLEC is publicizing its endeavours to get fiber connectivity solutions to business as well as wholesale clients. Integra’s fiber buildings are mainly found in Washington, Oregon, Idaho, California, Arizona, and also Utah. Its solutions are used mostly in data centers, service provider hotels, and wireless service hubs throughout its fiber footprint regions. Integra pointed out that many of these additions were accomplished with operation expense layouts, instead of their capex equivalents.
Bandwidth carrier Windstream has begun supplying its business-class service suite in the Las Vegas metro area. This product introduction gives greater competive options for commercial telecom services to Las Vegas businesses in addition to the existing products from CenturyLink and cable operator Cox Business, which have previously been supplying business services in Las Vegas over the years.
Now Las Vegas businesses can access Windstream’s wide-ranging service portfolio including VoIP, SIP trunking, MPLS, and conventional TDM and IP-based Ethernet offerings. In addition, Windstream will offer its extensive base of disaster recovery, managed services, cloud computing, and networking services.
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