On the heels of becoming the sole owner and operator of the former iProvo network, Broadweave Networks has reached a marketing agreement with Telarus Inc., a premier telecom master agent, to market and sell Broadweave’s commercial data and voice services on Broadweave’s newly acquired fiber-optic network, the largest of its kind in Utah. Under terms of the agreement, Telarus will market and sell high-speed data and voice services as a master sales agent under the Broadweave brand.
“By leveraging our CRM technology and highly skilled sales agents, we will be able to contact each and every business in Provo, [Utah] in a matter of weeks,” said Telarus president, Adam Edwards. “It is our goal to educate the public about the exciting new products Broadweave has to offer by virtue of its recent acquisition of the iProvo fiber-optic network.”
Telarus sales agents have already begun contacting hundreds of businesses in Provo. They expect to contact every business by Sept. 19.
Broadweave’s suite of business services includes 1mbps to 10gbps high-speed Internet access over Ethernet, hosted VoIP service, SIP trunking, PRI service, and call-center telephony services. Businesses who sign up for multiyear contracts will receive discounts.
Last week, Broadweave announced the close of its $40.6 million acquisition of the iProvo fiber-optic network. The iProvo network was the largest municipally owned FTTP network in the United States. The acquisition makes Broadweave one of the largest providers of residential and business services over an FTTP network in the U.S. The acquisition also marked a historic milestone as it was the first privatization of a municipally owned FTTP network.