Sovernet announces network infrastructure and equipment upgrades
Sovernet Communications, a leading provider of telecommunication services in Northern New England, announced several network infrastructure and equipment upgrades designed to better serve their customers. The changes will enhance both reliability and operational efficiencies, as well as bring new next-generation services to additional markets.
“As part of our continuing commitment to add functionality, redundancy, and capacity to our network , we are pleased to announce the addition of Barre, Middlebury, and Stowe to our fiber network, with speeds to OC 48. In addition, our Essex Junction facility has been upgraded to a fully redundant OC 192 node, to meet the capacity needs of our growing customer base, ” says Rich Kendall, Sovernet’s President. Additionally, Sovernet has also made an infrastructure investment in the Rutland market, with the deployment of next-gen Adtran gear, enabling delivery of the latest service advancements including symmetric, enterprise level, broadband at DS3 speeds for a fraction of typical DS3 cost.
About Sovernet Communications: Celebrating its 15th birthday, Sovernet Communications provides reliable Internet and telecommunication services to residential and business customers throughout Northern New England. The Vermont company is headquartered in Bellows Falls, with facilities in Burlington and Winooski. Sovernet is committed to delivering superior customer care and total customer satisfaction, while actively supporting its local communities. For more information, please visit www.sover.net <http://www.sover.net> .
Source: BELLOWS FALLS, VT. (March 8, 2010) — Sovernet Communications