Southfield, MI., August 25, 2015: 123Net, one of Michigan’s fastest growing telecommunications and Internet service providers, is bringing increased speed, reliability and security to wireless communications for the Grand Rapids and West Michigan business communities.
The company’s carrier grade high-speed Fixed Wireless service offers speeds up to 1Gb over secure, links through its fully upgraded network allowing businesses unparalleled connectivity in the market.
123Net has been active in West Michigan since 2000, investing significantly in its Grand Rapids metro fiber ring, wireless PoP sites and its Grand Rapids/Byron Center data center. 123Net acquired Holland-based T2 Communications in May. The company serves thousands of businesses in West Michigan and across the state.
“We continue to invest heavily in our infrastructure throughout the state and are particularly happy to be part of the Grand Rapids community’s impressive business growth,” said 123Net Chief Executive Officer Dan Irvin. “Our network is an asset to large and small businesses alike and keeps data flowing quickly, smoothly and securely.”
Features and Benefits:
• Speeds up to 1Gb
• Guaranteed 99.99% availability
• Each customer on a secure, private link
• Increased security and redundancy
• Quick and simple network scalability
• Integrates seamlessly with voice services
• Eliminates the need for high speed equipment
• Live, around-the-clock customer service
123Net is a Michigan business, privately owned and managed by a team of accomplished executives with strong engineering backgrounds and proven success. Headquartered in Southfield, Michigan, 123Net has been successfully providing voice, data, and colocation infrastructure services to enterprises, carriers, ISPs, and technology companies since 1995.
123Net currently operates a 100Gbps+ IP network connected to multiple global transit carriers, including Level 3, Savvis, Cogent, Comcast, Verizon, XO and others. Four metro fiber rings and long-haul fiber networks span over 3,000 route miles and covers over 90 nodes across Michigan.