Commuter Rail Maintenance Facility Breaks Ground on Project

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RTL Networks, Inc. and Platte River Networks, Inc. jointly announces their Commuter Rail Maintenance Facility virtualization and server consolidation project is in full swing and primed to support the Eagle P3 Project commuter rail lines – East, Gold and the Northwest Rail Westminster Segment.

RTL Networks, Inc. a leader in Information Technology Talent Solutions and Platte River Networks, Inc. a visionary in infrastructure design, deployment and management , jointly announces their Commuter Rail Maintenance Facility virtualization and server consolidation project is in full swing and primed to provide superior performance, continuity and scalability to accommodate future growth. The Commuter Rail Maintenance Facility supports the Eagle P3 Project commuter rail lines – East, Gold and the Northwest Rail Westminster Segment.

“Just as the Denver Metro light rail itself has served as a national model for collaboration and symbol of Colorado’s growth, we believe this partnership between Platte River Networks and RTL Networks can serve as a model for small business collaboration and growth through cooperation,” said Richard Lewis, President/CEO RTL Networks, Inc. “We are grateful for this opportunity to work with such an amazing partner to provide mission critical IT solutions and support on such a critical and visible component of this landmark project.”

The East Rail Line is 22.8 miles long and will have a travel time of 35 minutes from Denver Union Station to Denver International Airport. The phased, scalable project at the Commuter Rail Maintenance Facility includes design, implementation and support of the hardware and systems software for the facility’s network, servers, user computers and disaster recovery site. The highly available and redundant infrastructure installed at the maintenance facility will provide the Eagle P3 Project commuter rail lines with both advanced and proven technology.

“We are honored to work with the RTL team on such a prestigious project for our great city,” said Treve Suazo, CEO of Platte River Networks. “We are both Denver born small businesses striving to provide the best technology solutions to our customers.”

Headquartered in Denver, CO, RTL Networks currently has more than 155 employees in 18 states. RTL Networks was founded by Richard Lewis and has experienced tremendous growth since opening its doors in 2002; earning RTL Networks multiple years of recognition as one of the fastest growing, privately owned companies in the nation. More importantly our growth represents our dedication to delivering tangible value to our customers and striving to earn their trust on a daily basis.

For the past 13 years, Platte River Networks has provided complete IT services for businesses across every industry and throughout Colorado and the nation. With their signature product, Intuition, they provide full business infrastructure management and maintenance, including: monitoring, remediation, help desk, security and continuity. Platte River Networks also provides complete telecommunication services including voice/data circuits, bandwidth, VoIP, and low voltage cabling. Platte River Networks has been honored with 14 business, technology and growth awards over the past 5 years. http://www.platteriver.com

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