With more and more customers opting for unified communications, mobility, and cloud initiatives; there is a critical necessity to toss some light on the network expansion. XO Communications, a provider of advanced IP communications, intelligent networking, and cloud computing services for business, large enterprise and wholesale customers supports a multi-year expansion of its nationwide communications network.
The company is investing to further enrich its private network in order to deliver a superior end-to-end customer experience, leveraging the latest fiber optic technologies, higher bandwidth availability, and more competitive pricing options to its customers.
"XO Communications is planning robust investments in our award-winning network to ensure that our customers can take full advantage of the latest end-to-end communication services available," Chris Ancell, chief executive officer of XO Communications said in a statement.
As indicated, XO Communications will expand its network reach and capability across the United States. This investment plan is funded by the recent acquisition of $500 million in financing. Through this expansion, the company is laying the groundwork for continued growth, in support of enterprise customers' unified communications, data networking, and multi-cloud initiatives.
XO Communications features reliable communications networks with a rich portfolio of extensive metro, inter-city and global network assets and reach. Moreover, the unique combination of local, nationwide and global capabilities allows XO to provide maximum performance and reach that businesses need in today's hyper-connected economy.
TMC recently named XO WorkTime, a new mobility solution, as a recipient of a 2014 INTERNET TELEPHONY Product of the Year Award. This award recognizes the year's most innovative products in the telephony and unified communications market.
Also, the company recently hosted a complimentary business webinar on how to balance enterprise needs and user expectations of the Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) movement.