ANPI, Indatel Link Services, Networks
LEE's SUMMIT, Mo. -- INDATEL, a team of wholesale carriers dedicated to providing telecommunications solutions via fiber optic network routes throughout rural and metro America, and ANPI, a provider of long distance and Hosted Unified Communications (UC) solutions to rural providers, announced the creation of a new strategic alliance today. The purpose for this joint effort is to coordinate each organization’s infrastructure in order to benefit rural areas, as well as take a leading role in planning the future deployment of telecommunications services throughout rural America.
“Both INDATEL and ANPI were created and are still owned by rural telecommunications providers,” said INDATEL COO Max Huffman. “It only makes sense to look for efficiencies and economies in providing present day services to our common owners and customers. Incorporating the experience of ANPI, as well as their network infrastructure, will make INDATEL’s goal of providing a seamless nationwide network throughout rural America more achievable.”
The ANPI Hosted Unified Communications Private Label Package merges voice, data and mobility applications into one IP-based solution allowing customers to take advantage of advanced calling features, as well as reduce costs by more than 50% over traditional phone service. ANPI offers a fully integrated, turn-key solution that includes local interconnection, nationwide DIDs, marketing and sales tools.
INDATEL’s Data and Internet Aggregation PoP located on Cermak Street in Chicago, Illinois houses a CDN services peering point, an Ethernet exchange and transit IP services aggregation. INDATEL is located on two separate floors of the Cermak building with the ability to terminate multiple 1G and 10G ports. INDATEL’s Data and Internet Aggregation PoP, and Ethernet exchange includes member-to-member circuits and exchange-to-exchange circuits. INDATEL’s CDN services are peered with many “big name” players which allow INDATEL to be a viable competitor in the markets it serves.