Business Ethernet and networking services provider, tw telecom (News - Alert) has announced that it is increasing its metro fiber network in Louisville and Indiana.
Headquartered in Littleton, CO., tw telecom has been delivering secure, scalable private connections for transport data networking, Internet access, voice, VPN, VoIP and security to large organizations and communications services companies. The company has been growing it business rigorously to meet customer demand for a variety of services including data and Internet, Business Ethernet and Intelligent Network capabilities.
Through this expansion effort, the service provider said it plans to enter new markets -- including cities of Jeffersonville, Clarksville, and New Albany, IN., and increase the density of its metro fiber footprint in 28 existing markets.
"This is exciting news for our businesses in Clark and Floyd Counties," said Wendy Dant Chesser, president and CEO, One Southern Indiana, the chamber of commerce and economic development organization serving Clark and Floyd counties in Southern Indiana.
Dant Chesser said that tw telecom's expanded investment will improve the climate and speed of overall telecommunications and networking infrastructure for the area.
Apart from these, the company also plans to develop its metro fiber in five new high-demand markets such as Boston, Cleveland, Philadelphia, Richmond and Salt Lake City.
Currently, the company is massively investing into its national network and operational infrastructure. The company also intends to expand its sales force, including sales and support employees as well as additional operations personnel to back up this project.
"Customer demand – both new and existing – is fueling growth in the Louisville metro area, as well as into Southern Indiana," said Joe Paulin, vice president and general manager, tw telecom Louisville.
Paulin said that this expansion add additional market reach for their customers in Louisville and surrounding communities.
“We are excited to expand our network across the Ohio River into the fast growing areas of Southern Indiana," Paulin added.
The company was recently in news for expanding its investments in Portland, OR.
Edited by Rory J. Thompson