Massive Networks expands Colorado fibre footprint
23 May 2018 | Jason McGee-Abe
Massive Networks, an enterprise-class data transport solution provider, has boosted its fibre footprint to additional business locations within the Boulder County areas of Colorado.
As more businesses migrate to the cloud and use collaborative technology like video conferencing or other bandwidth-intensive applications, high-speed connections are central to driving business operations. Customers and businesses looking for premium-blended bandwidth can now upgrade to two redundant connections that consist of 10Mbps to 10G connections.
"Adding these additional locations will accelerate businesses needs to digitally transform their business operations that want to rely on highly-secure networking and cloud computing applications," said Paul Mako, CTO of Massive Networks.
"As we continue to expand our national fibre network, our customers can take advantage of our connectivity options that are available to them."
They can leverage Massive Network’s direct connections to any of the 4,700 buildings in Colorado or the 1.8 buildings in the US. The fibre expansion includes the cities of Fort Collins, Greeley, Loveland, Longmont, Louisville, and Boulder. This fibre expansion will further boost Massive Networks’ presence in the central business districts of all of the major northern Colorado cities as well as the Denver Metro area.
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