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Windstream Expands Phoenix to Las Vegas Fiber PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 07 August 2018 12:22


Windstream Wholesale added an ultra-long-haul network expansion between Phoenix and Las Vegas. The new route will add approximately 300 miles to Windstream’s existing coast-to-coast long-haul network and provide a new diverse route option for customers out of Phoenix, including unique low-latency routing to and from Reno, Salt Lake City and Silicon Valley.

In addition, the extension offers Las Vegas and Reno customers direct low-latency connectivity to markets in the Southern U.S. including Dallas, Houston, Atlanta, and Miami. “Our customers rely on Windstream Wholesale to provide them with unique and diverse network solutions, building redundancy to support a high-level of uptime,” says Joe Scattareggia, executive vice president of Wholesale at Windstream Enterprise and Wholesale. “This new route between Phoenix and Las Vegas is part of our continued network growth strategy. By expanding our efficient, diverse, high-bandwidth service capabilities, we are able to provide our customers more solutions that boost their competitive edge.”

The Phoenix to Las Vegas route will enable transport customers – including large enterprise organizations, ISPs, hyperscale cloud operators, streaming content providers, international carriers and more – to accelerate their cloud migration and digital transformation strategies. Customers along the route will also be able to access to the company’s entire suite of cloud-optimized connectivity solutions, including optical Wavelengths, MEF 2.0 Certified Carrier Ethernet, MPLS Dedicated Internet Access and more.