?Fiber and cloud provider Integra Telecom Inc. just launched Wavelength Services to offer metro-area and long-haul private networking for customers needing a managed solution for high-bandwidth, dedicated network transport between facilities.

Integra Telecom Inc. serves business and carrier customers in 35 markets across 11 Western states, including: Arizona, California, Colorado, Idaho, Minnesota, Montana, Nevada, North Dakota, Oregon, Utah and Washington. The company owns and operates a best-in-class fiber-optic network consisting of a 5,000-mile high-speed long-haul fiber network and a 3,000-mile metropolitan access network that includes more than 1,900 fiber-fed buildings.

Integra’s Wavelength Services target carriers and such multi-location business customers as healthcare and financial services that require high-speed, point-to-point network connectivity as fast as 10 Gbps between offices, data centers or disaster-recovery? facilities.

Among Wavelength’s features include 24/7 private-network monitoring and built-in low latency over Integra’s equipment and network infrastructure, “attributes that guarantee fast and reliable transport as well as enhancing the security and privacy of network?communications,” the company adds.?

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