Cable operator Knology Broadband has signed a multi-year agreement with Level 3 to deliver scalable bandwidth services. West Point, Ga.-based Knology will consolidate services with Level 3 as its primary provider.

Under the new agreement, which expands on a long-term relationship between the companies, Knology will leverage the Level 3 infrastructure to support core backbone upgrades in Knology’s key markets, including Augusta and Columbus, Ga.; Panama City, Fla.; Lawrence, Kan.; and Sioux Falls, S.D. Knology will also upgrade existing services in Chicago, Atlanta, Huntsville, Ala. and Charleston, S.C.

"This new agreement with Level 3 allows for enhanced delivery of advanced video, data and voice services for our residential customers, in addition to significantly increasing our portfolio and reach for business customers," said Knology’s CTO John Treece, in a statement.

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