Kansas City, MO (July 2, 2007) – Unite Private Networks (UPN) announced today the completion of construction for the Warrenton County R-3 School District’s new state of the art Fiber Optic Network project in Warrenton, Missouri. The new network connects the 5 school sites with 5 Gigabits of bandwidth that is dedicated on a true Point-to-Point network.
“The new network will expand our network footprint along the I-70 corridor in the state of Missouri,” said Rob Oyler, SVP Business Development. “Warrenton County Schools looked at bandwidth as the third utility and realized they needed to find a long term solution to their growth.”.
UPN specializes in providing high-bandwidth, fiber-based communications networks and related services to schools, government, carriers, data centers and enterprise business opportunities. UPN currently provides service in 12 states, primarily in the Midwest since 1999.
“UPN completed the project on time and has always been available to answer questions or address any problems or concerns that we might have here at the district,” said Bobbi Novell, Technology Director for the district.
About Unite Private Networks: Unite Private Networks specializes in providing high-bandwidth, fiber-based communications networks and related services to schools, government, carriers, data centers, and enterprise business customers throughout the United States. Service offerings include dark and lit fiber, private line, metro-optical Ethernet, Internet access, and other customized solutions. Headquartered in the Kansas City MO metro area, Unite Private Networks has been providing customer-focused communications solutions since 1999.