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PEG Bandwidth Announces 473 New Cell Sites Through Ethernet Backhaul Agreement

Wed, 06/26/2013 - 1:44pm
PEG Bandwidth, LLC

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Dallas– PEG Bandwidth, LLC, a provider of high-capacity Ethernet backhaul networks and other wireless infrastructure services, announces it has signed an Ethernet backhaul agreement with a large wireless carrier to support their rollout of 4G mobile broadband services. As the one of the nation’s largest 4G networks, the wireless carrier will leverage PEG Bandwidth’s backhaul expertise to support additional market growth.

Through this agreement, PEG Bandwidth will provide Ethernet backhaul to 473 additional sites throughout Texas, Iowa, Illinois, Wisconsin, Indiana, Ohio, North Carolina, Virginia, West Virginia, Maryland, Pennsylvania, New York and New Jersey. The expansion will add over 1,900 route miles to the PEG Bandwidth fiber network, which once completed, will total over 13,000 route miles across 18 states. The latest agreement will deepen the PEG Bandwidth Ethernet backhaul footprint to over 700 sites with this wireless carrier throughout the country.

“This agreement is another example of PEG Bandwidth’s dedication to creating solutions for our customers’ toughest issues,” states Rich Ruben, CEO at PEG Bandwidth. “We are excited to broaden our partnership with our wireless carrier customers as we approach our 3,000th site under contract.”

PEG Bandwidth delivers complex network solutions across broad geographies utilizing a combination of new fiber builds, available dark fiber, partner fiber networks and licensed, point-to-point microwave. PEG Bandwidth’s team of backhaul experts aggregates traffic across these disparate networks to provide a seamless, end-to-end solution from a wireless operator’s cell site to its switching facility.

For more information visit www.PEGBandwidth.com.

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