Mammoth Networks, a company offering service across the contiguous 48 states and Canada, recently published a yearly report that showcases the company’s several noteworthy milestones achieved in 2010, including a growing customer base and a strong forecast for growth in 2011.
During the occasion of celebrating its five-year anniversary, Mammoth officials said that they have remained true to its founding business objective of providing cost-effective, one-stop connectivity and network services. Company’s accomplishment includes its new relationship with AKN, through which it now enjoys a Canadian footprint for high-cap service.
Apart from that, company has also increased the size of its Seattle hub during the course of the past year and cast lines to the nearby Alaskan market; and completed network upgrades in Albuquerque, N.M. and Salt Lake City, Utah, which increased its private-line capacity throughout those states. Mammoth also improved its presence in Phoenix, Arizona and Portland, Oregon, linking up its California and Washington hubs.
Brian Worthen (News - Alert), CEO at Mammoth, said that the past year was very exciting as they not only enjoyed record growth and unprecedented success in new markets, but also welcomed industry veterans to their team.
“Without question, our aggregation capabilities and ability to marry legacy services have drawn a lot of attention – and business – from carriers and service providers of all sizes. As such, during the first quarter of 2011, Mammoth will deliver additional nationwide Layer 2 data services to complete our nationwide footprint,” added Worthen.
The company has made note able growth by expanding into the underserved ILEC market, a segment dismissed by many carriers. To-date, five of the aforementioned Independent Local Exchange Carriers now use Mammoth services for affordable Internet bandwidth and wholesale voice services, which allow them to compete outside their traditional coverage area.
Mammoth is a privately held company is based in Gillette, Wyo. that helps companies to simplify the telecommunications infrastructure by consolidating multiple access technologies and carriers onto a single network, and delivering to their Partners over a single interface.
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Edited by Jaclyn Allard