"We're honored to play a part in the transformation of western Massachusetts as the MassBroadband 123 network is coming online. No one should have to settle for the dated technology that's been prevalent in the area." Sean Dandley, CEO/President, DSCI
Waltham, MA (PRWEB) April 10, 2013
If you're in western Massachusetts, fasten your seat belt... because your business is about to pick up some serious speed.
Last week, Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick officially lit up the first segment of the MassBroadband 123 network: 51 community anchor institutions stretching from Springfield to Sandisfield. When the project is completed later this year, 1,200 miles of fiber-optic cable will connect 120 communities in western and north central Massachusetts - a region that's currently underserved in terms of broadband connectivity.
Meanwhile, DSCI Corporation secured its role in this remarkable transformation by signing a connection agreement with Axia NGNetworks USA, operator of the MassBroadband 123 network. This agreement fulfills a letter of intent that DSCI signed with Axia in May 2012.
The newly-established network interconnection enables DSCI to more cost-effectively deliver its business-class telecommunications services to businesses and organizations throughout western Massachusetts. DSCI's services include hosted VoIP (voice over IP), video calling, unified messaging, audio and web conferencing, private networking, and high-speed Internet access.
"We're honored to play a part in the transformation of western Massachusetts as the MassBroadband 123 network is coming online. No one should have to settle for the dated technology that's been prevalent in the area," commented Sean Dandley, DSCI's President and CEO. "DSCI is dedicated to delivering increasingly more powerful communications tools to enhance our customers' productivity."