September 2015

WANRack Enters Texas Market with Successful Completion of Fiber Optic Wide Area Network

Multi-Year Agreement Provides Lit Fiber Services over a Private Fiber WAN for Edcouch-Elsa Schools

Lenexa, KS(September 9, 2015) – WANRack today announced their expansion into Texas with the completion of a Private Fiber Optic Wide Area Network (WAN) for the Edcouch-Elsa Independent School District.

Wednesday Bytes: euNetworks, Level 3, WANRack, 111TSP, 165Halsey

Time for a quick roundup of some other news from the sector worth a look on this Wednesday:

Over in Europe, euNetworks has launched a new product line aimed at the media vertical. The company’s new Media Connect solution leverages the company’s fiber networks to bring the sector big bandwidth connectivity and cloud access. More specifically, it includes fiber from Chiswick Park to the west of London, to Wood Lane and Soho, Hear East in Stratford, as well as to Manchester’s Media City and the Netherlands Hilversum.

WANRack, districts to improve students’ web access

Yuma-area school districts have signed an agreement with telecommunications company WANRack to provide fast, constant and reliable Internet access to area students and teachers.

“WANRack is the company that will be building this network,” said Dean Farar, director of the Yuma Educational Technology Consortium that oversees technology within Yuma Elementary School District One and Yuma Union High School District. “The way it works right now is that our data will go from a Time Warner point to another TW point to another until it hits another one of our schools, dumping our data on the general network.