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Wednesday, May 02, 2012
Syringa Networks purchases Syringa Wireless

Idaho Business Review
by Brad Iverson-Long 

Two regional communications companies called Syringa are becoming one.

Syringa Networks, an internet and network provider for businesses, acquired Syringa Wireless, a wireless phone and data company in southern and eastern Idaho. Syringa Networks CEO Greg Lowe said the move allows the companies to integrate vertically to keep up with the rising demand for mobile data on smartphones and other devices.

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Boise-based Syringa Networks buys wireless provider in south-central Idaho

Idaho Statesman
by Statesman staff

Syringa Networks finalized the purchase of Syringa Wireless Monday.

Syringa Wireless will remain a separate company but will gain access to Syringa Networks' statewide fiber-optic network to enhance its data capability.

 
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Tuesday, March 13, 2012
Connecting Eastern Idaho With Broadband

by Brad Talbutt - Idaho Business Review

One hundred and fifteen years ago the brick and stone building at 460 Park Avenue in Idaho Falls was home to a mortuary, a way station for souls on the journey from one life to the next. Today, the 11,000-square-foot building that once stored the dead two blocks from the Snake River Greenbelt has been reborn as the high-tech communications hub of Syringa Networks.

 

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Wednesday, February 15, 2012
Syringa Networks new company culture is redefined so that everybody sells

Heath Druzen - Special to Business Insider

Just nine of Syringa Networks’ 23 employees in 2008 are still there, but there are 66 new ones.
Greg Lowe took over as president and CEO of Syringa Networks three years ago, determined to change the culture of a company that was short on name recognition and marketing savvy.

Syringa, owned by 12 rural telecom companies, is a Boise company that serves its member companies with fiber-optic connections and sells business-to-business wide-area networks to customers across southern Idaho, the Wasatch Front in Utah, and Washington state.

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Thursday, February 02, 2012
Council OKs ROA For Syringa Fiber Optic Ring

POCATELLO, Idaho -- On Thursday night, the Pocatello City Council approved a right of way application from Syringa Networks to put a 4-inch fiber optic conduit on the Gould Street Bridge, over the railroad tracks.

It is good news for a city that has been ranked as having the slowest Internet in the country. The 4-inch cable will be just a part of a giant fiber optic ring that Syringa Networks is building throughout the Gate City.

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Wednesday, January 18, 2012
Gnawing squirrel disrupts service on Transportation Department's busy day

Idaho Business Review, Brad Iverson-Long – A squirrel ripped into a fiber optic cable, disrupting service to the Idaho Transportation Department when many people wanted to process drivers liences and titles and registration forms. The squirrel could have picked a better day for a post-holiday chewfest.

It was Jan. 3, one of the busiest days of the year for the Idaho Transportation Department. The first business day of a calendar year is when many drivers renew their licenses or file new vehicle registrations and titles.

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Thursday, January 05, 2012
Syringa Networks Expanding Through 'Organic Growth'

Idaho Business Review, Mark Wilcox - Since 2008 when many companies began cutting back, Syringa Networks has doubled its revenue stream. “And that is all organic growth,” said President and CEO Greg Lowe, meaning the company has doubled revenue without mergers or acquisitions. “Not bad. When you look at the economic horizon, it is a pretty reasonable accomplishment.”

 

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Monday, January 02, 2012
Many Idahoans Still Without Broadband Access

TIMES-NEWS, HOLLISTER, IDAHO -  From their tiny town midway between Twin Falls and Jackpot, Nev., teens Slade and Jade Gonzalez clutched multi-buttoned game controllers Thursday, exchanging gunfire with their online counterparts in the Rocky Top state of Tennessee.

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Tuesday, December 06, 2011
Syringa Networks Selects The ADVA FSP 3000 as Data Transport Solution

Norcross, Georgia, USA and Martinsried/Munich, Germany. — ADVA Optical Networking announced today that Syringa Networks, an Idaho-based regional provider of high-speed fiber optic services, has selected the ADVA FSP 3000 to provide connectivity throughout its Idaho footprint. Spanning more than 2,500 miles of fiber, Syringa Networks provides high-speed broadband access to southern Idaho and northern Utah businesses.

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Thursday, November 17, 2011
Commercial vacancies decline in Treasure Valley

IDAHO STATESMAN - Statesman Staff

Boise, Idaho - New tenants at the Boise Research Center off Chinden Boulevard and Cloverdale Road, west of Hewlett-Packard, helped push down the Treasure Valley's commercial-property vacancy rate in October, according to Thornton Keller Oliver’s latest Market Review.

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Friday, October 28, 2011
Idaho's Top Private Companies in 2011 - Idaho Statesman Private 75

Syringa Networks Connects Rural Communities - Newcomer to the IP75 talks "expansion"
By Dusty Parnell

Less than 10 years old, Syringa Networks is one of only two newcomers to the Top 75 list this year. Checking in at No. 69, this technology company is one of the few to use the word "expansion" in today's economy. This is a company to watch.

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Thursday, July 08, 2010
Small Business of the Year Award Winners Announced

Boise Metro Chamber honors Zeppole Baking Co., Syringa Networks and Clearview Cleaning Services with Small Business of the Year Award for 2010

BOISE, ID – (June 8, 2010) – Zeppole Baking Co., Syringa Networks and Clearview Cleaning Services will be honored as this year’s Small Business of the Year Award winners. The award presentation will take place at the Boise Metro Chamber’s Small Business Celebration Day Luncheon event from noon – 1:30 p.m. on Thursday, June 24, 2010 at the Boise Centre.

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