Wolfe Expands to Chicago
September 11, 2013 - News
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CLOUD PARTNERS — Seattle-based Wolfe (Booth 105) has expanded into the greater Chicago area, choosing Digital Realty Data Center Solutions at 350 E. Cernak as its local PoP.

As such, the Ethernet provider is seeking partners in the Windy City whose customers – particularly those in vertical markets including finance, IT, health care and other sectors – need business Internet, transport or MPLS.

“We work with our partners to tailor a customized solution to meet customers’ specific business needs," said Michael Alexander, channel manager for Wolfe. "Our partners will have a high-performance option to offer their customers in Chicago."

In addition to Chicago, Wolfe recently moved into key markets in New Jersey, New York, Oregon and Southern California. The company said more additions will be announced in the coming months.

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