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XO Launches Services Throughout Western New York

XO Communications is now offering advanced IP-based communications, managed network and hosted IT services to businesses across the Rochester and Buffalo metropolitan areas. By expanding the reach of the 19,000-mile nationwide XO network, and establishing points of presence across western New York, XO says its now able to offer businesses a local and nationwide alternative for their communications and network needs.

Rochester and Buffalo are both incredibly dynamic and business-focused cities that have been growing at steady rates,” said Mark Murphy, regional vice president of sales for the Northeast region at XO Communications.  Moving into these western New York markets will allow us to provide local businesses with a major nationwide alternative for communications services and foster a more competitive telecom market in the area.”  

XO Communications is bringing businesses in western New York its broad portfolio of services, including high-speed Internet access, wide area networking, and its VoIP services, including XO IP Flex, XO SIP and XO Enterprise SIP.  Businesses in western New York will now be able benefit from XO Communications ability to support local businesses that operate nationwide through a wide range of solutions including:

  • Converged VoIP and network solutions that simplify, streamline and reduce the costs of managing voice and network services and enable next generation communications applications across the enterprise
  • High-speed Internet access, network and data center connectivity solutions to deliver mission-critical data, information and network traffic between locations and data centers at speeds up to 40 Gbps
  • Application-aware wide area network solutions to securely connect multiple locations and support a broad range of voice, video, data and applications using MPLS IP-VPN or Ethernet VPLS services
  • Network redundancy and business continuity solutions to help ensure the integrity, performance and security of mission-critical applications, information and networks

By offering rates based on the size of the port, and not on the number of voice lines, XO says voice is simply another application on the IP network. Customers simply select an IP port speed, a long distance calling plan, and any additional features. They pay nothing for incremental lines or voice channels provisioned within the port speed they have selected with their service.


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