Ethernet over Copper Boosts Enterprise Network Availability

By Enterprise Networking Planet Staff | Aug 2, 2011 | Print this Page

Integra Telecom Inc. has expanded its Ethernet Services product portfolio to reach more than 400,000 businesses, reports Sys Con. The enterprise grade networking and communications solutions provider claims it’s Ethernet Services will be available via Ethernet over Copper (EoC), in more than 120 central offices and via EoTDM in nearly 300 central offices throughout the West. This upgrade helps enterprises access high-bandwidth cloud services.


"'Businesses of all sizes are rapidly adopting carrier-grade Ethernet platforms as the transport method of choice. The future of Integra is all about Ethernet. Whether delivered via Fiber, TDM or Copper, Integra’s Ethernet Services offering provides a full range of customer options,' said Steve Zimba, chief marketing officer for Integra Telecom. 'This flexibility, when paired with competitive pricing and superior customer service, makes for exceptional value.'"

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