A couple metro expansions and a contract win across three disparate geographies:
Neos Networks has finished up several metro fiber projects over in the UK. The company today announced completion of networks in Liverpool, Birmingham, and Manchester as well as phase1 of of a deployment in London. That puts them in a position to deliver last mile services to businesses in each market without leveraging as much third-party connectivity. The remainder of the London project is expected to be completed over the next year or so.
Comcast Business picked up some nonprofit connectivity business in the Pacific Northwest last week. Wonderland Child & Family Services will be using their network services to expand the resources they deliver to families in need. The clinic has been working to redesign its approach in this post-pandemic environment to better leverage remote access technologies.
And out in the Midwest, Metronet has expanded its FTTx network into Sioux City, Iowa. They have begun connecting both residential and business customers in the city, with further reach being rolled out. Indiana-based Metronet now has network reach across some 250 communities around the country.
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