Tom Casey, who became Integra Telecom's CEO just this past February, has left the CLEC to become CEO of Tronox Inc., an Oklahoma-based pigment manufacturer where he served as a board member.
Integra Telecom continues to be aggressive with building out its network to serve both SMBs and increasingly larger business customers and its latest $11 million investment in Colorado, Minnesota,
Integra Telecom continues to expand its fiber drive into its network regions, funding 52 new projects to either expand existing sites or bring fiber to new sites alone in the month of August.
Integra Telecom is making good on its cloud promise with a new cloud security services suite that will address both its traditional SMB (small to medium business) customers as well as its emerging
Integra Telecom has put another brick in its large business war chest by being awarded a seat on the U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) IT Schedule 70 contract. Integra can provide its
Integra Telecom may be aggressively building out its metro fiber and copper networks to deliver new Ethernet services to its business customer base, but its partnership with Palo Alto Networks shows
With a growing set of Ethernet and IP-based voice services in its portfolio to serve SMBs and increasingly larger regional enterprises, Integra Telecom is enhancing its channel program by naming Ken
Integra Telecom would like to get Ethernet to as many customers in its footprint as possible, but it's realistic that despite its aggressive fiber strategy, the CLEC can't bring fiber to every
Fiber network operator Integra Telecom, which has a heavy focus in markets in the Western U.S., announced that it connected a company-record 40 buildings in six different markets with fiber during
Integra Telecom may be a fiber-rich service provider, but since it's not economically feasible to deliver fiber-based Ethernet to every building, it's complementing its fiber network with Ethernet