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Windstream Helps U.S. Government Better Connect with Military Veterans

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Windstream now connects more than 300 Department of Veterans Affairs locations with high-quality, highly reliable voice, data and Internet services— powering important initiatives such as crisis hotlines and telehealth initiatives to help ensure veterans receive the federal government benefits they have earned.

Live from COMPTEL PLUS: Carrier Ethernet and Ethernet Over Copper: A Status Report

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Still here at COMPTEL PLUS in Orlando and we’re talking about game changers! The “Carrier Ethernet and Ethernet over Copper” session discussed how these solutions provide businesses with innovative strategies for a competitive advantage. It was moderated by Raymond Chiu, CEO of Local Backhaul Networks and featured three speakers, Craig Drinkhall, Vice President-Product Management at Lumos Networks, Chad Hoyle, Senior Director, Network Architecture at Duke Net Communications, and Prayson Pate, Chief Technologist at Overture.

Effective Bandwidth Management for Hotels and Resorts

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Wednesday proved to be another informative day at HITEC 2013 in Minneapolis. I attended a session centered on best practices for providing high-speed Internet access to hotel and resort guests. Obviously, much of the discussion focused on bandwidth management, a topic that becomes more relevant daily, as many businesses—especially in the hospitality industry —face the challenge of accommodating an ever-increasing number of connected devices.

Thoughts on Expanding: Carrier Switched Ethernet

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It’s been over a month since COMPTEL PLUS, where we announced the nationwide expansion of our Carrier Switched Ethernet service, and we’re finding even more carriers seeking cost-effective multi-location data solutions to provide to their end-users. The demand for Ethernet service and higher bandwidth hasn’t slowed down and as data consumption continues to climb, we anticipate carrier needs will climb just as rapidly. With access to our Carrier Switched Ethernet and other carrier products in major metro areas such as New York, Washington, Denver, Phoenix, Chicago, Philadelphia, Baltimore and Dallas (just to name a few), we’re confident we’re providing viable solutions for our carrier customers as they strive to meet the needs of their customers.

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