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Level 3 Increases Vermont Capacity

Level 3 Communications Inc. (LVLT) has increased the capacity of its communications network in Vermont and has expanded the number of businesses that can take advantage of the company’s far-reaching fiber-optic backbone. Additionally, the company has named Tracy Guy-Davis as Level 3’s general manager for New England. In her position, Guy-Davis will focus on delivering an outstanding customer experience for customers in the region.

“Vermont is an important market for Level 3 and we have built strong relationships with businesses throughout the state,” said Guy-Davis. “Level 3 is dedicating itself to enhancing the customer experience throughout Vermont because now more than ever we are seeing increased customer demand for a competitive alternative in the marketplace.”

Level 3 has an extensive fiber-optic footprint in Vermont, which passes more than 7,000 businesses in such cities as Burlington, Rutland and Brattleboro. Level 3 will continue to increase the number of businesses that are directly connected to the Level 3 backbone, enabling tremendous bandwidth scalability and reach of services for these businesses. Level 3 also has more than doubled network capacity in Vermont over the past year and now offers multiple levels of redundancy, which better facilitates business continuity and disaster recovery.

Guy-Davis brings to Level 3 more than 20 years of experience in developing and implementing successful solutions for wireline and wireless communications companies in regional and global markets.


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