Telephere Expands Fiber Footprint with New PoPs

Telesphere, which provides unified communications-as-a-service (UCaaS) via its channel partners, is in the midst of a multi-year expansion of its private, all-IP MPLS network. The expansion includes adding network Points of Presence (PoPs) in Texas, Indianapolis and Philadelphia.

“Clearly our strength is our ability to provide unparalleled unified cloud communications solutions over a national network with its breadth and capabilities, supported by our own proprietary back-office systems that has been designed specifically to serve large nationwide companies wanting the very best in cloud communications,” said Telesphere CEO Clark Peterson. “By the end of 2013, the largest network in our industry becomes even larger and Telesphere will have 16 PoPs, covering all regions of the country offering more capabilities than any other provider focused on all-IP, cloud-based business communications services.”

The new PoPs expand Telesphere’s existing POPs, which are located in major commercial regions across the U.S.  They contain routing and switching equipment that enables a wide variety of network communications services. Customer locations are connected to the POPs using high-bandwidth Ethernet over fiber, Ethernet over copper (EOC), DS3, NxT1, DSL, cable and traditional TDM technology.  The systems are connected with high-bandwidth backhaul connections, and form a robust, secure and highly available IP MPLS backbone network.

“We are continuing to invest in our network to ensure superior service to our customers and to attract larger enterprise accounts,” said Peterson. “Telesphere’s cloud network is private, fully managed and offers a proprietary back-office system that differentiates it from traditional carriers.”

He added, “National trends among businesses signal a preference for the ‘services-in-a-cloud’ environment that is Telesphere’s strength. Unified Communications are very attractive from the perspective of initial capital expense and ongoing operating expense. Because of the complexity entailed in building, managing and maintaining on-premises systems in-house or in private clouds, more and more enterprise companies – with anywhere from 10 to 1,000 employees — are choosing to rely on companies like Telesphere for a complete solution.”

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