California-based CLEC TelePacific Communications plans to bring a total of 120 Ethernet-over-copper wire centers online by the end of Q1 2011. The company, which has 52 wire centers online today, says the expansion will make its EoC offerings as well as Ethernet over T1 and Ethernet over DS3 available in all markets TelePacific serves.
"Customers are requesting increased bandwidths and expanding our Ethernet over Copper services is a great way for us to meet that demand," said David Zahn, vice president of marketing for TelePacific Communications. "TelePacific has enhanced our entire portfolio of Ethernet offerings in 2010 just one more way we are meeting our commitment to provide our customers with the products and services they need to be successful."
TelePacific says its Ethernet-over-Copper deployment provides its customers with voice, data and Internet access speeds from 1 Mbps to 10 Mbps, depending on distance from the serving wire center. In addition, TelePacific’s full portfolio of Ethernet transport allows the company to deliver services at speeds ranging from 1 Mbps to 1 Gbps, and nearly any increment in between, to enterprise customers. Ethernet offers many benefits to customers, including higher performance, scalable bandwidth, lower cost, ease of use and improved productivity.
TelePacific also offers around-the-clock network monitoring to ensure uptime and quickly resolve any issues.