VTX Telecom taps Enablence for broadband stimulus project

JANUARY 18, 2011 -- Enablence Technologies Inc. (TSX: ENA-V) says that VTX Telecom LLC (VTXT), a subsidiary of Valley Telephone Cooperative Inc. (VTCI), will deploy Enablence platforms to construct a fiber-based network throughout the southern region of Texas. VTX Telecom was one of the U.S. broadband stimulus funding recipients.

JANUARY 18, 2011 -- Enablence Technologies Inc. (TSX: ENA-V) says that VTX Telecom LLC (VTXT), a subsidiary of Valley Telephone Cooperative Inc. (VTCI), will deploy Enablence platforms to construct a fiber-based network throughout the southern region of Texas. VTX Telecom was one of the U.S. broadband stimulus funding recipients.

“VTX Telecom is proud to be part of the U.S. broadband stimulus incentive that will bring high-speed communications services to previously underserved regions of Texas. We have selected Enablence solutions to help us achieve our goals quickly and cost-effectively,” said Dave Osborn, general manager of VTX Telecom and CEO of parent company VCTI. “Valley Telephone has enjoyed a long relationship with Enablence as the first CLEC in South Texas to offer fiber-to-the-home (FTTH) using their robust, scalable products. We look forward to continuing this partnership with VTX Telecom as we implement the next phase of our network.”

VCTI and VTX Telecom offer a full range of telecommunications services -- voice, data, and video -- in 18 exchanges, covering approximately 7,300 square miles and touching 19 counties in South Texas. Valley selected the Enablence platform because of its ability to scale quickly, its cost-effectiveness, and the reliability of its products, Enablence asserts.

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