FiberNet Telecom re-ups with Knowledge Solutions

Jan. 31, 2006
January 31, 2006 Bridgewater, NJ -- FiberNet Telecom Group has signed a 2-year contract extension with Knowledge Solutions, for the development and management FiberNet's information technology infrastructure.

January 31, 2006 Bridgewater, NJ -- FiberNet Telecom Group has signed a 2-year contract extension with Knowledge Solutions, for the development and management FiberNet's information technology infrastructure.

From its Bridgewater Solutions Center, Knowledge Solutions supports FiberNet's key operations in New York, Newark, NJ, Chicago, Los Angles, and other satellite locations. Under the agreement, Knowledge Solutions will continue to manage FiberNet's IT infrastructure including application, database, and hardware administration, systems engineering, desktop support, network management, and all corporate applications. The contract extension brings the total length of services to over four years.

"We are pleased to continue our relationship with Knowledge Solutions," comments John F. Ennis, FiberNet's vice president of operations and information technology. "They have streamlined our corporate computing infrastructure, consolidated our data centers, and introduced innovative solutions to meet our complex needs."

"Our team holds a diverse portfolio of experience in the many disparate aspects of IT," adds Ronald Parks, president of Knowledge Solutions. "With our strong core knowledge in database technologies, programming languages, operating systems, network administration, and end-user applications, we will enable FiberNet to focus on their core strength while we continue to lower the total cost and complexity of their solutions."

FiberNet Telecom owns and operates integrated interconnection facilities and diverse transport routes designed to provide comprehensive broadband interconnectivity, enabling the exchange of traffic over multiple networks. The company's customized fiber-optic infrastructure facilitates the interconnection of multiple carriers' and customers' networks.