WOW! Business channel deal with X4 Solutions expands reach in Midwest, Mid-Atlantic and Southeast

WOW! Business has inked a new channel partnership agreement with telecom master agent X4 Solutions, furthering the reach of its products in the Midwest, Mid-Atlantic and Southeast U.S.

X4 also benefits from the deal with a complementary set of Internet, voice, data and cloud service offerings it can bring to its customer base.

Driving its services into the channel market makes sense for WOW! Business as it looks to gain further market share with businesses it serves. The provider established its Business Partner Alliance Program in 2014 as a way to accelerate growth, while allowing master agents and other channel partners to offer value‐added benefits to customers.

WOW! Business is a prime partner for the channel market. It owns and operates more than 40,000 miles of local fiber‐optic and coaxial networks in the Southeast, Mid‐Atlantic and Midwest and owns data centers that provide connections to major Internet backbones.

Over the past year, the provider has been releasing a number of new services over its existing hybrid fiber coax (HFC) network while extending fiber into more buildings in its territory. WOW! Business began offering a 110/15 Mbps service targeting companies that may have outgrown their lower speed plans or that have decided to migrate away from a telco's standard T1 line and purchase conduit to extend fiber to an additional 38 buildings in Chicago, for example.

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