Connecticut Network Services.com is the Connecticut telecommunication and security solutions provider that offers quality of service, the latest technology, and the best prices throughout all surrounding cities in CT counties.
Hartford, CT (PRWEB) September 22, 2013
Connecticut Network Services.com (http://www.connecticutnetworkservices.com), one of the top rated telecommunication service consultants, has today assured its customers in CT that the ongoing expansion of its fiber optic networks will not in any way affect the smooth flow of the day to day conduct of affairs of the company. There have been concerns by clients all over the globe on the possibility of the ongoing project affecting service delivery but the management assured that everything was in check. SolveForce has embarked on a mission to help install fiber optic networks in Connecticut and throughout the United States exceeding expectations. The company will indeed gain strong investor and customer confidence with the news and as a result experience huge success in the near future. Clients were urged to visit the main site for more information about the lucrative services that the company offers.
Connecticut Network Services operated and managed by SolveForce has gone ahead to affirm its clients across the globe of its commitment to deliver Metro Fiber Ethernet, Fast Ethernet and Gigabit Ethernet services despite the ongoing fiber optic network expansion project. In reports released today there have been concerns from clients on the possibility of the expansion project affecting the smooth flow of day to day business but the management reiterated by assuring everything was in check.
Connecticut Fiber Ethernet services may be available to the following list of buildings and places in CT if fibre assets are available:
- Hartford, CT: City Place I, Travelers Tower, Goodwin Square, Hartford 21, Bank of America Building, 280 Trumbull Street, One Financial Plaza, Cathedral of Saint Joseph, and Bushnell Tower.
- New Haven, CT: Connecticut Financial Center, 360 State Street, Knights of Columbus Building, Kline Biology Tower, Crown Towers, New Haven Savings Bank, Smilow Cancer Hospital, One Century Tower, Omni New Haven Hotel, and Southern New England Telephone Company Administration Building/ The Eli.
- Bristol, CT: St. Mary Redcliffe, Castlemead, Wills Memorial Building, Eclipse (also known as Harvey Nichols Tower), Christ Church, Clifton Down, Colston Tower, Froomsgate House, Radisson Blu Bristol (formerly Bristol & West Building), Premier Inn Bristol City Centre (formerly Avon House), and One Redcliffe Street.
For more information in fiber buildings in Connecticut, visit: http://www.fiberinternet.us.com.
The company had embarked on a mission to help extend Connecticut fiber optic networks to new counties in order to increase access and include services like Desktop as a Service, Disaster Recovery as a Service, and Infrastructure as a Service - something that will accelerate the growth of many small businesses in the United States and beyond. In a statement released today, the management expressed its optimism to expand their services in form of Hosted PBX Systems Cable Internet, SIP Trunks, and Ethernet Private Lines beyond the current number of 50 states throughout the globe. Rural parts homes can order Satellite Internet in Connecticut.
Experts have hailed the move by SolveForce to assure clients of their commitment noting that it would ensure that they do not migrate off to rival companies. Indeed the telecommunication service industry has over the years experienced entry of new firms leading to strong competition but solve force has continued to stand out. The company has managed to offer dark fiber solutions and other custom services to businesses of all sizes at affordable rates, which have been on a declining trend thanks to the stiff competition. In fact the company offers ADSL, DSL, and SDSL to Connecticut businesses with small budgets looking for a super-fast connection.
The company will indeed gain huge investor and Connecticut customers confidence with the news made today making it one of the biggest in terms of customer base. It will thus be interesting to watch how the other CT providers in the telecommunication industry will react to the move. The expansion project is nearing its completion and this will see the company growing bigger and better in the coming days. For more information on Connecticut DS1/T1 Service, DS3/T3 Service, and OC1 - OC192 Lines, feel free to visit or contact SolveForce.
Connecticut Network Services now offers commercial and residential services in the following CT counties: Fairfield County, Hartford County, Litchfield County, Middlesex County, New Haven County, New London County, Tolland County, and Windham County.
For more information on the CT coverage area, please visit: http://www.connecticutethernetfiberinternet.com.
About Connecticut Network Services.com
Connecticut Network Services.com is managed by SolveForce, a Telecom Master Agency that offers its consulting services in Connecticut, and has been providing business solutions since 2004. They are recognized all over the globe as a private telecom consulting agency that offers Connecticut advisory and auditing services for the telecommunications and Internet industry. Founded by Ron Legarski, this master agency has accomplished many awards and achievements. With high quality Connecticut telecom and Internet solutions to offer, the company’s future plans are to integrate even more cities and companies in their coverage areas and remain the leader in the telecom solutions industry and throughout Connecticut.
SolveForce.com, LLC can be reached at 888-765-8301 via toll free or visit one of their real-time quoting websites at http://www.fiber-optic-internet.connecticutnetworkservices.com.