Dec. 18, 2012
tw telecom inc.
(NASDAQ: TWTC), a leading provider of managed services including Business Ethernet, converged and IP VPN solutions for enterprises throughout the U.S., today announced an expansion of its fiber network into the Coeur d'Alene,
business district. Hundreds of businesses in Coeur d'Alene and
Post Falls, Idaho
, will now be able to utilize
industry-leading network solutions.
currently operates networks in
, as well as in 75 markets across the country.
network extension adds tremendous value to Coeur d'Alene area businesses," said
, president and CEO of the Coeur d'
of Commerce. "The network is a valuable component in attracting new businesses into this region. We are pleased with
commitment and investment in delivering their
powerful Ethernet network
to help us create economic opportunity."
is a valued partner to us and
area businesses and their network solutions add tremendous value to attract more businesses to our region," said
, vice president of Business Development for
, Inc. "We are very pleased with the commitment and investment
is making in
and the surrounding business community."
"Coeur d'Alene and
businesses will be able to access
industry leading Business Ethernet, including our Intelligent Network services such as Enhanced Management and Dynamic Capacity," said
's vice president in
and Coeur d'Alene, Idaho. "This will give them unprecedented real-time visibility, control and flexibility of their network to become more efficient in serving their customers and in growing their businesses."
Business Ethernet provides secure, scalable, predictable network connections for any enterprise needing connectivity to remote locations, data centers and to the cloud.
recently introduced its Intelligent Network suite of services that is delivered over the firm's Business Ethernet network. These capabilities include Enhanced Management and Dynamic Capacity.
"We see an ever increasing demand for our Business Ethernet services from customers that want to improve their communications infrastructure and access newer applications such as cloud computing, telepresence, and collaboration," said Newbury.