July 03, 2012
Alpheus Communications Announces New Initiatives to Support its Business Focus
Alpheus Communications (News - Alert) wanted to sell its high-bandwidth services directly to Texas businesses, and for that purpose will to invest nearly $10 million dollars to expand its workforce and fiber network.
Alpheus has reportedly placed itself as the competitive fiber backbone for Metro Texas and provides telecommunications and data center services for enterprises and carriers. Backhaul, transport and outsourced fault management services use its flexible fiber network, content-neutral and responsive to their needs.
The company has over 88,000 buildings in Texas that are Metro Ethernet qualified on its network, and is now planning to sell directly to businesses in Texas’ largest metro areas, including Houston, Dallas, Fort Worth, Austin and San Antonio.
“We are making a big investment in the people and technology needed to take this company to the next level so that Alpheus and Texas businesses can begin forming direct and long-lasting relationships,” said Alpheus CEO Scott Widham. “Alpheus is benefiting from Houston's deep talent pool, and we are eagerly hiring employees whose experience serving business customers will further strengthen our ability to succeed with enterprises.”
Some of the services provided by Alpheus include metro Ethernet services, regional long-haul transport, dedicated internet access, data center colocation, business voice services and more.
The company’s resilient data center platforms and support services cater to the needs of enterprise customers in the healthcare, energy, banking, IT and legal fields and the highest-quality business voice, data, Internet and data center services are delivered on its core network with better than 99.9 percent availability.
Alpheus claimed that the advanced features and benefits available from its services make it the ideal choice for Texas businesses looking to connect to multiple locations. The company will continue to aggressively expand its footprint in high growth Texas cities.
Edited by Braden Becker
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