Integra Telecom has expanded its Carrier Ethernet over Copper (EoC) network to more than 120 central offices, which the company says will help it reach more than 400,000 businesses.
Integra says the extension of its network access enables enterprise-grade communications, networking and cloud connectivity to customers of all sizes throughout the 11 states and 35 metro areas it serves.
Integra remains committed to delivering a superior customer experience for our enterprise and wholesale customers. Ethernet is the preferred transport technology for businesses,” said Joe Harding, senior vice president of marketing at Integra. Integras goal is to be the Ethernet service provider of choice in our markets, and this expansion underscores our commitment to this goal and the needs of our customers.”
Integra says its Carrier EoC services offer a streamlined, easy-to-manage network alternative for IP-based voice, video, Internet and network data transport. Integras Carrier Ethernet Services provide custom-tailored solutions for optimized management of all network traffic over a single high-bandwidth connection.