Service Provider Spotlight: DTC plants Ethernet flag

Who: DTC Communications

Vitals: This Alexandria, Tenn.-based company was once known as the DeKalb Telephone Cooperative. It bought up and merged with a number of other small telephone companies and exchanges during the 1950s and 1960s, and changed its name to DTC Communications in 1996. DTC offers landline voice, wireless, TV, Internet, long-distance and business services:

Why you should care: DTC is now deploying metro Ethernet, replacing 300 miles of SONET infrastructure.

For more:
- read this article at Telecommunications
- and check out our Service Provider Spotlight resources

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