Sprint has announced plans to expand its Ethernet access to 65 markets by the end of the year.
The expansion will result in the availability of Ethernet access in 25 additional markets, including Denver, Las Vegas, New Orleans, Nashville, Portland and Seattle/Tacoma.
Sprints Ethernet access is currently available in 40 U.S. markets and 37 countries.
In addition to launching Ethernet in other U.S. markets, the company also said it plans to deepen penetration in existing areas by the end of the year while expanding globally in 2012.
Enhanced Ethernet access coverage for Sprint Global MPLS and Dedicated Internet Access provides businesses and wholesale partners with more opportunities to reduce network costs for high-bandwidth locations and simplify the complexity of maintaining multiple types of technologies,” the telecommunications provider asserted in a press release.
Ethernet access is available through Sprint Business, which is comprised of personnel dedicated to public sector, small and medium-sized business and enterprise customers.