Endeavor Communications Expands Internet Bandwidth Service via Indiana Fiber Network, LLC
Indiana Fiber Network, LLC (IFN), the leading Indiana statewide Network Service Provider, announces a major bandwidth upgrade infrastructure service to Endeavor Communications. One of IFN’s consortium Member/Owners, Endeavor Communication’s protected 10GB transport with 4GB Dual Access Capped Internet access is now available in their nine Indiana exchanges. According to Dennis Johnson, Endeavor Communications’ Director of Network Operations, “IFN as an upstream Internet provider, designed our service to be fully redundant and geographically diverse.”
Enabling Endeavor Communications as a Member/Owner is why IFN was initially formed. “IFN’s mission is to provide innovative, tailored technology solutions to our Members and customers/partners in the most effective, reliable and economically sound method possible,” said Kelly Dyer, IFN President and CEO.
Ralph Cunha, President and CEO at Endeavor Communications, states: “This latest service expansion is part of our strategy to upgrade our IP service to 10GB transport; enabling Endeavor E-FORCE Internet service to deliver the higher speeds demanded by today’s businesses and consumers alike.”
About Endeavor Communications
Clay County Rural Telephone Cooperative was incorporated in 1950 to provide telephone service to small towns and rural areas in Indiana. In 2007, Clay County Rural Telephone Cooperative started doing business as Endeavor Communications. Today, we provide service to 8,800 active members via nine Indiana exchanges in an eight county area. Endeavor Communications also offers High Speed Internet, Television, IT Services and Security Solutions. For more information, please visit Endeavor Communication’s website at www.weEndeavor.com or call 800-922-6677.
Indiana Fiber Network, LLC (IFN) was formed in March of 2002. IFN’s ownership is comprised of 20 local exchange telephone companies throughout the state. IFN offers data center, Internet backbone and data transport services over state–of–the–art Ethernet, CDWM, DWDM and SONET fiber networks, with service in the state of Indiana and throughout the US via a network of national carrier partners. For more information, please visit IFN’s website at www.ifncom.net or call (317) 280-4636.