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Press Release -- April 4th, 2017
Source: Unite Private Networks

Unite Private Networks Announces Expansion into Allen, TX

Business community will now have a triple-path redundancy to Dallas 

Dallas, TX (April 4, 2017) – Unite Private Networks (UPN), a leading provider of high-capacity, fiber-based communication networks is pleased to announce another network expansion in the Dallas/Fort Worth metro.

The new infrastructure extends throughout Allen, along route 121 and 75 corridors leading to Allen, and connects the network to downtown Dallas, adding to UPN’s nearly 800 mile fiber network in the metro. Business customers will now have access to dark fiber or lit services that are scalable from 100 mbps to 100 gbps, as well as a suite of other products.

“This build-out adds to other recent network expansion activities in the broader Dallas/Fort Worth metro, including Frisco and Plano,” said James Edison Regional Sales Director for Unite Private Networks. The fiber expansion will allow triple-path redundancy for Allen businesses and data centers back to UPN’s core network. This gives our customers the ability to connect to the extensive list of data centers on the UPN network in Dallas, as well as access to metro Ethernet, dark fiber, Internet, wavelengths, and custom-built options all powered by a low-latency carrier-grade, 100 percent fiber-optic network.”

About Unite Private Networks: UPN provides high-bandwidth, fiber-based communications networks and services to schools, governments, carriers, data centers, hospitals, and enterprise business customers across a 20 state service area. Service offerings include dark and lit fiber, private line, metro-optical Ethernet, Internet access, data center services, and other customized solutions. Headquartered in Kansas City, MO, UPN has been providing customer focused communications solutions since 1998. For more information on UPN, please visit, or connect with us on Twitter and LinkedIn.

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