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Syringa Networks is expanding their fiber-optic network to northern Idaho in 2017. To help jumpstart the effort, the company is installing approximately 54 miles of fiber along the I-90 corridor and Coeur d’Alene.
The expansion will benefit northern Idaho by bringing the reliable, facilities-based, self-healing fiber optic communications network to the area that Syringa Networks is known for building all over Idaho and in Utah.
Jim Meyers, who has been with Syringa Networks for 6 years and has 25 years telecom experience, is the new General Manager of the northern Idaho market. He is relocating to the area to oversee the construction of the fiber and open a new office.
Company recognized for Ethernet service delivery certification that ensures the highest class of service for business customers
Syringa Networks, a regional provider of custom network solutions, announced today that it has achieved the Metro Ethernet Forum’s (MEF) rigorous Carrier Ethernet 2.0 (CE 2.0) certification. MEF CE 2.0 certification is recognition of Syringa Networks’ ability to deliver today’s most advanced Ethernet services.
Once again, Syringa Networks has been recognized among the ‘Idaho Private 75’ by the Idaho Statesman. This is the 5th year in a row that the company has been on the list.
The Idaho Private 75 was created to recognize privately held Idaho-based companies generating the greatest annual revenue. This year, however, the Statesman expanded the event by teaming up with Boise Young Professionals to offer the first annual Professional Development Day on Thursday, October 29th. The event featured opportunities for young professionals to hear from, and interact with key executives from the Idaho Private 75 companies. Upon learning about the new approach, Syringa Networks quickly agreed to be the founding and presenting sponsor for the daylong event.
“The idea to turn the Idaho Private 75 luncheon into an event that builds into Idaho’s future business leaders makes perfect sense,” said Greg Lowe, CEO of Syringa Networks. “We found the young professionals to be very engaged and inquisitive throughout the day. I believe that the Idaho Statesman has created something that will benefit our business community in a meaningful way for many years to come.”
In addition to sponsoring the Professional Development Day, Syringa Networks is also proud to serve many businesses who are part of the Idaho Private 75.
Syringa Networks CEO Greg Lowe (above center) in discussion with young professionals during the first annual Professional Development Day.
About Syringa Networks:
Syringa Networks specializes in custom network solutions for businesses, providing a broad range of networking services throughout Idaho, Utah, and Washington. Services are delivered over a 4 Terabit capacity backbone, on a purpose-built self-healing fiber optic network. Offerings are available at speeds from T1 to OC-192 and Ethernet at data rates up to 100 Gigabits (Gb). In addition to a full range of E-Line, E-LAN, and Layer-3 services, Syringa Networks operates Dense Wavelength Division Multiplexing (DWDM) technologies. Through services such as Multiprotocol Label Switching (MPLS), the company is able to customize business communications regardless of the technologies used at each location. Additional services provided include Business Internet, Fiber-to-the-Tower, and Network Equipment sales.
Syringa Networks is a privately held corporation headquartered in Boise, Idaho, with additional offices in Idaho Falls and Pocatello, Idaho, and West Valley City, Utah.
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