Seattle, WA (PRWEB) June 10, 2006
Mammoth Networks has partnered with leading telecom agent CTG3 to offer Private Line telecommunications circuits as a resold product. These circuits are purchased from Qwest wholesale and are offered at T1, DS3, OC3, and OC12 levels. Mammoth can deliver Private Line circuits throughout Qwest's coverage area.
Private Line circuits are designed as dedicated transport, provisioned to carry data between two points. Customers for this service include Service Providers, CLECs, DLECs, cable companies, wireless providers, and data hosting companies.
The product, termed Mammoth Private Line Transport (MPLT), provides more depth to Mammoth's current transport offerings. MPLT circuits can be delivered to a Qwest PoP (Point of Presence) or a Qwest CO (Central Office), affording Mammoth's customers the ultimate flexibility to interface with the MPLT product. Prior to MPLT, Mammoth offered transport as an ATM product, intermingled with traffic from other Mammoth customers.
"Mammoth's relationship with CTG3 over the last two years has proven to be quite successful," commented Brian Worthen, who oversees product development at Mammoth. "The two companies are quite complimentary, and we work well with CTG3 at a strategic level."
As a Premier Master Agent with Qwest, CTG3 has an established presence in the telecom market for high-end circuits. The company has established its clientele by offering services such as billing audits, network design, provisioning support, and ongoing support. CTG3 also has an outstanding sub-agent program which allows telecom consultants to sell the complete line of carriers that CTG3 offers as a master agent including Mammoth Networks.
"Mammoth's willingness to fill telecom gaps makes them a great company to work with," stated Dave Laskowski of CTG3. "Together, we've developed three distinct products in the last 12 months."
The partnership with CTG3 was forged out of need - customers of both companies wanted Private Line circuits to transport their data and IP-based products. As more telecommunications services traverse an IP network, additional bandwidth and backhaul capabilities are a must.
Founded in 2002 by a core group of seasoned professionals, CTG3 quickly became a well-known telecom agency in Service Provider circles. The three principles of the business have a combined 48 years of experience, having started the business following successful careers at other telecom agencies and carriers. The privately-held company is based in Seattle, Washington.
Mammoth Networks is an aggregator of data services serving nine Western states. Mammoth enables its Partners by erasing the invisible lines of the telecommunications structure, and leveling the playing field for service providers. The privately-held company is based in Gillette, Wyoming.