DCN drives carrier Ethernet up North

Who: Dakota Carrier Network

Vitals: The company was founded in 1996 by a coalition of 15 small independent telcos serving about 85 percent of the exchange in North Dakota and geographically covering about 90 percent of the state.

Why you should care: DCN has been on the cutting edge already by deploying carrier Ethernet services for North Dakota customers, and now it is moving to provider backbone transport, a new flavor of carrier Ethernet that has gained support from BT and a handful of others.

For more:
- read this story in Telephony's supplement The Independent

Suggested Articles

With the hurricane season looming large starting next month, Verizon is taking extra steps to keep its business and residential customers connected.

Telefónica's cybersecurity company, ElevenPaths, announced on Tuesday that it has achieved Amazon Web Services Security Competency status.

In the most recent earnings calls, some telecommunications executives expressed their concern over how the COVID-19 crisis was impacting SMBs.