Logix Fiber Networks opens new North Texas office

Logix Fiber Networks opens new North Texas office

Logix Fiber Networks has opened a new office in North Texas to keep pace with growing demand for fibre-optic services.

The Plano office will house a larger workforce to help fibre network provider and data centre operator keep pace with demand from businesses needing enterprise-class fibre-optic bandwidth instead of aging consumer-grade cable and copper wire infrastructure.

"We're excited to continue expanding and hiring as we provide businesses more choices for high-speed voice and data services. Most important, we're keeping our commitment to being second to none in customer experience and satisfaction," said Will Sears, chief revenue officer of Logix. 

"Businesses face fewer choices as the industry consolidates under national telecommunications companies, but LOGIX is proof positive that flexible, affordable and easy-to-implement options are still available."

The additional space, along the Dallas North Tollway, gives Logix a prime location from which to do business. Installers, engineers, sales managers and Logix executives will all call 2745 Dallas Parkway home.

LOGIX formerly occupied office space in Addison, which also was home to Alpheus Communications acquired by LOGIX earlier this year. Logix has more than 6,200 route miles of network spanning 225,000 fibre miles, and serves more than 12,500 enterprise and carrier customers across Texas. Logix operates its own high-performance data centre facilities in the DASH markets and connects to more than 80 data centres in Texas.

"We are seeing strong demand from businesses across a variety of industries, and a common thread connecting these companies is the desire for solutions that fit their needs and not forcing them into a cookie-cutter approach," added Logix chief strategy officer Richard Rosmarin.

"Logix is very flexible in how we engineer solutions for our customers, whether it's how we package broadband voice and data services for them, how we support their disaster recovery needs, or that we are happy to work with data centres of their choice. We believe that businesses should never feel force-fit into a technology solution or data centre location."

The news comes nearly a month after the company announced that it had further expanded its Texas fibre-optic footprint by installing about 17 miles of fibre in the Houston suburb of Stafford, Texas.

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