InfoStructure Expands into New Markets with Mammoth Networks
infoStructure expands into new geographic markets with IP cloud services through its networking partner - Mammoth Networks.
Portland, Oregon - February 7, 2011 – Infostructure, a new generation provider of IP cloud services, today announced its agreement with Mammoth Networks, a nationwide wholesale broadband provider, to extend its coverage throughout the US.
The agreement enables InfoStructure to provide its suite of IP cloud services to small and medium size businesses outside of its current footprint, which largely mirrors the 14 state region of Qwest, and into all of the lower 48 states.
InfoStructure’s Managing Partner, Jeff Rhoden, sees the move by his company as a natural evolution in the company’s growth.
“With our expanding suite of business communication services and our focus upon the IP cloud, our relationship with Mammoth will enable us to access more businesses in new geographic markets and fulfill our long term growth strategy.”
Brian Worthen, CEO of Mammoth Networks, also sees the relationship with InfoStructure as mutually beneficial.
“We are excited to work with Infostructure. We have established a reciprocal relationship where we increase our presence in Oregon, and Infostructure has access to our nationwide footprint.”
InfoStructure continues to emerge as a successful player in the IP cloud space, leveraging the power of the Internet and the many voice and data services that it hosts within its network. In business since 1994, the company has managed to weather economic storms and grow its workforce, its customer base and its bottom line throughout the recession. It currently serves over three thousand customers primarily in the Pacific Northwest.
For more information on InfoStructure, visit www.infostructure.net or call 541-773-5000.
InfoStructure represents a new generation of telecommunications providers harnessing the power of the Internet and providing network services for small and medium businesses in the Western US. In business since 1994, the company started as an ISP providing Internet access in southern Oregon, and by 2003, it transitioned into voice services as a CLEC (competitive local exchange carrier) and began offering traditional business and residential phone services. By 2007, InfoStructure began developing its fully redundant IP network and offering business VoIP. Today the company offers a wide range of IP voice and data services, as well as traditional telephone and Internet services.
Contact Jeff Rhoden (Managing Partner), Scott Hansen (Managing Partner)