tw telecom (News - Alert), a provider of Business Ethernet and networking solutions, recently announced that the company has expanded its operations in Philadelphia by introducing a number of data and Internet services. The businesses in Philadelphia can now deploy Business Ethernet, Intelligent Network and IP networking solutions to enhance their business performance. Services are available in four data centers located in the region.
"We are extremely excited to offer our industry-leading Business Ethernet, cloud and Intelligent Network solutions to enterprises in the greater Philadelphia metro area," said Mike Gearin, area vice president, tw telecom. "Our entrance into the Philadelphia market will provide customers with award-winning network solutions, improve connectivity to their locations locally and nationally, spur economic development and enhance business performance."
Engaging a resilient fiber network infrastructure, robust product portfolio and its own Intelligent Network capabilities, tw telecom has been offering Business Ethernet, converged and IP VPN solutions for enterprises throughout the U.S. and globally.
The company recently enhanced its network reach in the Kansas City market and into North Kansas City, Mo., and Overland Park, Kan. This initiative will enable the company to offer its data and Internet services to more enterprises, including its innovative Business Ethernet and Intelligent Network capabilities.
In addition, the company plans to introduce its network to several business communities located on both sides of the state line, including Mission, Fairway, Olathe and Leawood, Kan. The company hopes to magnify its network footprint across the country this year as part of its national multi-market work to expand its metro fiber spread out.
Apart from these, the company is also working together with Northpoint Development to help launch the fiber infrastructure needed to deliver network services to Riverside Horizons, a new 300 acre industrial park at Interstate 635, and Missouri Highway 9 in North Kansas City.
Edited by Adam Brandt