Logix Fiber Networks adds MicroCorp to expand network

Logix Fiber Networks adds MicroCorp to expand Texan fibre network

16 October 2020 | Natalie Bannerman

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Logix Fiber Networks has partnered with MicroCorp to expand the company’s footprint in the state of Texas and to accelerate Logix’s growth across key business drivers.

Logix delivers carrier-grade, fibre network services to Texas businesses and owns the largest independent network in the state with over 3,000 on-net buildings, 6,200 route miles of metro fibre, 2,800 route miles of long-haul fibre and is on-net in more than 100 data centres.

“MicroCorp is an established and leading master agent, and we are excited to expand Logix’s footprint by partnering with them,” said Scott Brueggeman, chief marketing and sales officer at Logix.

“MicroCorp’s Ultimate Partner Experience aligns with the first-class service we provide. As we continue to expand in Texas, especially in dense metro areas, we know MicroCorp will be a great partner for the range of services we bring to our clients.”

In addition, MicroCorp has been a national master agent for telecoms, cybersecurity, data centre, and cloud services, working to simplify the purchase and integration of IT services for its a large national partner network and “is genuinely committed to enabling and empowering the success of its partners”.

“Logix is the premier fibre network in Texas and has a deep knowledge of Texas business markets,” said Christopher Shubert, senior vice president of sales at MicroCorp.  

As one of the only pure business-to-business carrier-grade fibre providers in the State, we know that Logix is well-positioned to help carriers and businesses navigate Texas’ growing economy, the explosion of urban development and the ever-expanding job market. Together, we are excited to expand Logix’s top-class service offerings to companies across Texas.”

In August, Logix entered into a collaboration with DartPoints for interconnection services in Texas.

Using Logix’s network to interconnect DartPoints’ facilities throughout Texas, the two will be able to enhance regional backbone connectivity between each point and enable single-hop reach to over 150 regional, national and international data centres and global internet peering hubs.