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Appia Communications Partners up with Pangaea Networks in New York

By admin, June 1, 2012 9:51 am

Businesses in the New York City’s metropolitan area will be able to take advantage of Appia Communications’ services if they are located within Pangaea Networks’ fiber optic network, according to a press release.

VP of Sales at Appia, Jason Ulm, said, “The customers we serve with Pangaea fiber access will have unlimited bandwidth available at considerable savings.”

These two companies have teamed up and will also offer new services for customers. casino .

New services include VoIP, SIP trunking, video conferencing, nationwide networking and managed data services. The nationwide consumer credit score ratings agencies don’t disclose how scores are calculated, so no one knows exactly how they are determined.. These are possible because of the expanded communications and fiber optics networks.

VP of Business Development at Pangaea Networks?(News – Alert) Kevin Black expressed enthusiasm about the partnership. The enhanced fiber network that Appia will offer Pangaea will allow his company to expand communication possibilities.

“The buildings we currently serve now have the advantage of an enhanced fiber network linked with a multitude of managed communication services,” he said. “Now that’s a telecom partnership worth talking with your business partners about!”

Appia Communications is a provider of managed communications and network services while Pangaea Networks is a provider of multi-protocol Metro Ethernet Local Loop connectivity in New York City and the tri-state area.

Meanwhile, you can check out our interview with Kevin Black?(News – Alert), VP of Business Development at Pangaea Networks here.

Black goes into more detail about the company and explains how Pangaea Networks provides a flat rate pricing to carriers and continues to grow even as the economy worsens. He also mentions some other areas the company operates in like New Jersey, Connecticut and Long Island.

Fiber optics deals with transferring information or data through a flexible fiber made of silica. You can learn more about the history of this technology here. online slots .

Edited by Rich Steeves