TelePacific Expands EoC in Texas
February 26, 2014 - News
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CHANNEL PARTNERS — Los Angeles-based TelePacific (Booth 7017 and an Elite Sponsor) is expanding its presence among SMBs in Texas by adding 134 Ethernet-over-copper-enabled central offices of Alpheus Communications to its core network reach.

The addition of the Alpheus network adds 129,000 Texas locations to TelePacific’s footprint, giving a new access alternative to SMB customers who want to take advantage of the company’s portfolio of connectivity, cloud and continuity solutions.

“We were eager to build a relationship with Alpheus because of their established, superior network connectivity throughout Texas’ major metropolitan areas," said Philip Ross, president of TelePacific Texas. “That reach, coupled with the ability of Alpheus to deliver consistent, high quality bandwidth over EoC, fits perfectly into our plans and commitment to the Texas business market."

During the past two years, TelePacific has embarked on an ambitious and successful growth campaign in Texas, with new offices in Fort Worth, Dallas, Corpus Christi and San Antonio added to presences in Austin and Houston. A particular focus is providing companies with multiple locations the complete communications solutions they need to seamlessly tie together customers, employees and markets with minimal complexity and expense.

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