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Alpheus Opens Network, High-Speed Transport Services to Agents

CHANNEL PARTNERS
Alpheus Communications (Booth #238), a provider of Texas metro-regional fiber and networking solutions, today announced at the Channel Partners Conference & Expo that it is making its portfolio of services available to channel partners interested in selling its high-bandwidth transport, Internet access, data center and other networking solutions.

Working with Alpheus, agents can realize immediate benefits, the company said, including fast installations and quick time-to-commission, enabled by the flexibility of the Alpheus metro network and its fiber assets across Texas. Customers choosing Alpheus services can efficiently connect business locations throughout the state with a variety of network solutions such as MPLS and E-LAN, the company added.  Likewise, Alpheus offers a number of transport options, such as Ethernet, TDM and fiber. 

Alpheus also partners with managed services providers to deliver networking solutions designed to support mission-critical IT functions and cloud computing solutions through resilient SSAE 16-compliant data center platforms for colocation and disaster recovery. 

Our support staff builds one-on-one rapport with customers, and thats key for agents who entrust their customer relationships with Alpheus," said Layne Levine, senior vice president, enterprise and channel sales, for Alpheus Communications. "When customers or agents call Alpheus, they receive personalized service, not an endless phone tree of frustration.”

In addition to providing responsive service, Alpheus says it delivers affordable, high-quality solutions because the company owns the network assets that connect to more than 120 central offices and can reach more than 65,000 on-net and Metro E-qualified buildings from Dallas-Fort Worth to the Rio Grande Valley, and metro areas in between.


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