US Signal is again expanding its Midwest footprint with the addition of several locations in Indiana and Ohio.
US Signal, which provides data-bandwith capacity in several Midwestern states, says the expansion is a big part of the companys strategy to connect growing small and medium-size markets to larger cities.
“Increasing network density in Ohio and Indiana is critical to addressing the increased demand for US Signal’s state-of-the-art networking services,” said Kirk Dombek, director of business development. “As US Signal adds network access points, more customers will have cost-effective, reliable access to next-generation data networking products and managed services.”
The expansion, which includes a data center in Worthington, Ohio, allows US Signal access to a hub that is quickly becoming a leader in technology and connectivity providers, the company said. The expansion also includes central offices in Lima, Akron, Cleveland and Columbus, Ohio, as well as Warsaw, Ind.
US Signal’s network now includes more than 9,000 route miles of long-haul fiber and more than 1,100 miles of fiber-optic metro rings in 23 markets, connecting regions in Michigan, Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Wisconsin and Missouri. The US Signal network provides on-off ramps comprised of major carrier hotel locations, incumbent telephone company central offices and other lit buildings.
Todays news comes just three weeks after the company announced it had wrapped another expansion in Illinois.