August 10, 2010
AKRON, Ohio -- Carrier and enterprise customers of First Communications now enjoy high-speed, lower latency bandwidth services between Newark, NJ, and Buffalo, NY. The integrated telecommunications carrier has chosen Nokia Siemens Networks’ long-haul dense wavelength division multiplexing (DWDM) system to efficiently manage its network as capacity demand grows. First Communications also expects to use this platform as it continues to expand its optical transport network. Plans are underway to add high capacity routes to Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washington DC, Ashburn, VA, and extend into Toronto.
“Service delivery intervals can be just as important as reliability and round trip latency to some of our enterprise customers, particularly financial companies and trading exchanges,” said Rick Poore, president of First Communications’ First Telecom Services division. “This is also a critical service provider requirement from a network management perspective. With Nokia Siemens Networks’ optical platform, we are guaranteed for best-in-class services with the flexibility to quickly provision and add new routes to support our customers’ growing demand for bandwidth.”
First Communications LLC
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