US Signal expands Indiana fiber network

27 January 2004 Grand Rapids, MI Lightwave--US Signal today announced it has expanded its Indiana fiber network with the addition of a new point-of-presence (PoP) site in Kokomo. The PoP was lit early last month.

Jan 27th, 2004

27 January 2004 Grand Rapids, MI Lightwave--US Signal today announced it has expanded its Indiana fiber network with the addition of a new point-of-presence (PoP) site in Kokomo. The PoP was lit early last month.

The new PoP is US Signal's 29th in Indiana, providing telecommunications carriers and resellers multiple points of direct access to the US Signal network. US Signal now has fiber and PoPs linking the major business and population centers throughout northern and central Indiana.

The US Signal network, the largest in the Midwest, is comprised of 2,500 mi of existing lit long haul and metro fiber in Illinois, Indiana, Michigan and Wisconsin.

"While other carriers are content with existing networks, US Signal has continued to aggressively expand our service footprint. Our addition of Kokomo is an example of how committed we are to listening and responding to the needs of our customers," says Barry Raterink, president of US Signal. "The new Kokomo PoP site is a direct response to strong and growing demands in central Indiana. We're pleased to be able to accommodate our customers in this way, and we expect to see continued growth in this region and throughout the Midwest."

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