Mammoth Networks said it has reached the 10,000-circuit milestone on its wholesale data aggregation network.
The milestone was reached in March, 24 months after the Gillette, Wyo.-based company began operations. The circuits are a combination of ATM, DSL and frame relay connections delivered to more than 75 service providers in the company’s 11-state coverage area.
Mammoth has experienced growth of more than 15 percent each month for the last year, the company said, citing demand for its DSL aggregation product and its ability to integrate rural connections into the network.
“To be sure, we didn’t anticipate the success we’re seeing now,” said Brian Worthen, who heads up product development at Mammoth. “We built Mammoth to fill a void, and have realized that this industry is smaller than we thought word has traveled quickly.”
Mammoth allows its partners to tailor services to meet their end-user needs, whether it be managed WANs, VoIP or a traditional ISP model, the company said.
Mammoth’s private network can support 57,000 data loops and the company recently completed a fiber ring connecting its network cores. Mammoth operates network cores in Billings, Mont., Casper, Wyo., Denver and Seattle with a tertiary core in Phoenix.
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