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Judging Us By The Company We Keep

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There is an old expression that you are often judged by the company you keep. And we embrace that philosophy because we partner with some of the most innovative, recognized and respected companies in the industry. That includes companies like VeloCloud, Mimecast, Broadview Networks and Mitel. Together, we are able to deliver some of the industry's highest—quality services—reliably and cost effectively – to enterprise customers.

Helping Knoxville Businesses with an Expanded Metro Fiber Network

Windstream’s fiber and fixed wireless investment enables more local data centers and commercial buildings to connect to our high-speed, highly-available, nationwide fiber network.  This is great news for local businesses that rely on connectivity and service to run their business with sound performance, improved productivity and lower operational costs.

Windstream Invests in Detroit Expansion

There are few cities in America as interesting as Detroit. It has such a variety of influences that people can't agree on a nickname. Whatever you call it -- the Motor City, the Arsenal of Democracy, Motown, Hockeytown, the 313 – there is no question that Droit is beloved by its residents.

We are proud to invest in our hometown of Little Rock

Those of us who work at Windstream are proud to call Little Rock, Arkansas, home. Windstream is headquartered here, and our company’s connection to the city goes back nearly 75 years.

So you can imagine how excited we are to announce a major expansion of the local metro fiber network in our community. That’s because it creates a new level of connectivity and network stability for all local businesses, and expands the services that are available to our local customers.

Standing Up for Businesses in Dallas that Need Fiber Deployments, Not Empty Promises

When it comes to high-speed fiber deployments, Dallas has had its heart broken in the past. In fact, the city’s most recent “left at the altar” moment happened just last fall when a major provider announced it would hit the “pause” button on a planned fiber roll-out.