GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. Jan. 20, 2011 St. Louis, Mo. Southern Indiana
Southern Illinois Stephen Oyer
This expansion will add approximately 1,000 miles of long-haul fiber to the US Signal network. The expansion is part of US Signal’s commitment to being the most dependable, flexible, and reliable provider of data bandwidth in the Midwest. As the nature of the work environment evolves to embrace mobility, US Signal’s expanded presence allows its customers to remain connected and have access to the information they need when they need it, using the stable network provided by US Signal. The expansion includes central offices in the cities listed below:
- Bloomington, Ill.
- Peoria, Ill.
- Springfield, Ill.
- Mattoon, Ill.
- Centralia, Ill.
- St. Louis, Mo.
- Terre Haute, Ind.
According to Dombek, "The value of Ethernet for businesses is the ability to mix and match any of the available Ethernet access types not only in metro areas, but also across the entire US Signal footprint. Virtual Ethernet Service reduces the complexity of a customer’s network configuration and, therefore, interface costs are greatly reduced and multiple access types are offered."
Michigan Ohio Indiana Illinois Wisconsin Missouri
About US Signal
The US Signal network, one of the largest in the Midwest, includes more than 1100 route miles of fiber optic metro rings in 23 markets and over 9,000 route miles of long-haul fiber connecting more than 150 on-off ramps, comprising major carrier hotel locations, incumbent telephone company central offices and other lit buildings.
SOURCE US Signal