Indianapolis, Indiana (PRWEB) July 19, 2014
Indiana Fiber Network (IFN), the leading Indiana statewide Network Service Provider, announced the re-election of IFN’s CEO Kelly Dyer to INDATEL’s Board of Directors. IFN is a charter Member of INDATEL and Dyer has served on the INDATEL Board of Directors since 2011.
Mr. Dyer will now serve as Vice President of INDATEL. Commenting on Mr. Dyers’s new role, “Kelly brings a ton of experience and a very positive view of the opportunities and challenges facing INDATEL,” said Max Huffman, Chief Operating Officer of INDATEL.
“I am delighted to be serving as Vice President of INDATEL at a time when it is well positioned for structured growth. Today, INDATEL represents 500 Rural Local Exchange Carriers with over 80,000 miles of fiber optic network, serving over 5,000 communities nationally. This footprint now covers a significant portion of the United States,” said Dyer.
Indiana Fiber Network, LLC (IFN) was formed in March of 2002, whose ownership is comprised by 20 local exchange telephone companies throughout the state. They offer data center, Internet backbone, and data transport services over state-of-the-art Ethernet, CDWM, DWDM, and SONET fiber networks, with service in the State of Indiana and throughout the US, via a network of national carrier partners. For more information, please visit IFN’s website at http://www.ifncom.net or call (317) 280-4636.
INDATEL is a team of wholesale carriers dedicated to providing best-in-class, cost-effective transport connectivity via fiber optic network routes in rural and metropolitan areas. Between our members, who are primarily made up of independent rural telecom service providers, we are able to deliver reliable bandwidth solutions in rural and underserved markets. INDATEL and its members are uniquely positioned to provide telecommunication connectivity to many places other providers cannot. To learn more about INDATEL, please visit http://www.INDATELgroup.org.