Mammoth Networks says it has added three new aggregation points this month up in the lightly covered northern tier, opening locations in Minneapolis MN, Bismark ND, and Cour d’Alene ID. The expansion enhances their capabilities in the Dakotas and in northern Idaho.
Additionally, Mammoth has added another Denver PoP at Fortrust and purchased some CLEC assets down in Colorado’s Vail Valley. Along with a recent move into Missoula, Montana is clear that Mammoth has been working hard to boost its connectivity into some of the harder to reach markets in the USA.
That’s something it already does quite well of course, it’s just that there are a lot more of those hard to reach nooks and crannies than people often realize.
Mammoth aggregates services between network operators, having NNIs with 19 national and 27 regional fiber/cable operators, and specialize in connecting spots that operators would rather not handle on their own. July’s Idaho expansion in particular was helped along by a $2.2M multi-site contract.
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