Lincoln, NE (March 9, 2017) – Unite Private Networks (UPN), a leading provider of high-capacity, fiber-based communication networks, announced today a new partnership with Gana Trucking and Excavating located in Martell, Nebraska. UPN is providing dedicated high-speed internet connectivity to the company.

“Gana Trucking and Excavating needed a solution that would provide a reliable, high-speed connection to their rural corporate location,” said Cliff McDow. “UPN’s 100 percent fiber-optic infrastructure offered a custom-built network with speeds upgradable to 100 Gbps. This allows our services to easily and quickly expand as Gana’s needs grow. We provide a suite of products including high-speed Ethernet, wavelength services, Internet access and dark fiber. We are looking forward to our partnership with Gana Trucking and Excavating.”

“Thanks to Unite Private Networks we are able to cut overhead costs, which in turn helps pay for the ISP cost, said Christopher Newman, IT Director at Gana Trucking and Excavating. “The throughput of the fiber has been wonderful and has allowed our company to do things we could not do before with our old connection. The construction process was seamless, on-time and professional.”

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About Gana Trucking and Excavating: Since our humble beginnings, our fleet has grown to more than 90 trucks and 100 pieces of equipment. What started strictly as an aggregate supplier eventually moved into residential and agricultural site-work and now performs work in all areas of site-work construction. Our projects range from a $500 residential grading job to multi-million dollar industrial projects. Our past projects include: ethanol plants, sports fields, parking garages, railroad work, interstate highways, schools, waste water plants, feedlot grading, detention cell work, and large multi-property development grading. Our goal and promise is to continue to build and maintain relationships that foster good communication, safety, economy, and honesty.