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Press Release -- August 25th, 2020
Source: dobson


OKLAHOMA CITY (Aug 25, 2020) – Dobson Technologies, an Oklahoma privately-owned high-speed internet provider, announces their fiber optic network expansion throughout Oklahoma by adding new markets and expanding further into the ones they already serve.

Within the past year, hundreds of miles of new fiber have been added in markets which include Oklahoma City, Stigler, Clinton, and Muskogee. This is in addition to existing Dobson markets such as Tulsa, Lawton, Enid, Duncan, Durant, Altus, Woodward, Elk City, Wilburton, Poteau, Weatherford, McAlester, Shawnee, Atoka, Heavener and other Oklahoma communities. In total, these new expansions bring Dobson’s network to approximately 4,000 route miles of fiber optic infrastructure.

“As a part of our mission at Dobson, we look for opportunities to expand high-speed fiber internet into communities and businesses along our fiber footprint across Oklahoma and the Texas panhandle,” Dobson Technologies CEO Francisco Maella said. “We strive to help businesses grow with the latest technologies, no matter if they are located in metro or rural communities.”

Dobson has been steadily growing market share by providing reliable voice and data services to businesses over their growing fiber optic network. Fiber is the preeminent technology to deliver faster, more reliable data speeds.

With these recent expansions, the number of addressable business buildings eligible for fiber-based voice and data services has grown from around 15,000 to nearly 22,000. This aggressive expansion illustrates Dobson’s commitment to bringing high-speed fiber to businesses who have been historically served from legacy cable or copper infrastructures, which can often lead to slow data transmission.

“Dobson is also the only Oklahoma-owned network operator with diverse fiber paths to Dallas. Having redundant paths offers value for businesses seeking reliable connections to cloud providers, such as Amazon’s AWS and Microsoft’s Azure platforms,” said Ryan Lahmann, Dobson Technologies Senior Vice President of Sales. “Additionally, offering Service Level Agreements which guarantee service reliability, local Oklahoma support, and a customer churn rate well below 1%, customers are migrating to Dobson fiber-based voice and data services and not looking back.”

Another benefit of an all fiber network is the ability to offer symmetrical bandwidth. Cable or copper providers’ networks are designed to offer faster download speeds than upload speeds. Until recently, that matched typical data requirements. However, the current pandemic has driven a technology shift towards remote officing and video conferencing – both of which typically require significant upload bandwidth. Dobson’s fiber connected customers enjoy the same upload and download speeds, which increases productivity.

Dobson Technologies owns and operates a 4,000-mile statewide fiber optic network and provides connectivity services including high-speed internet, data and cloud connectivity, voice over internet telephone solutions, and managed IT services. Dobson Technologies is an Oklahoma-based, privately-owned technology company. To learn more visit


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