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WOW! Business Introduces 10 Gbps Ethernet and SIP Trunking Services in Evansville

Regional Cable Operator Continues to Expand Portfolio of Broadband Data and Voice Services for Businesses in Midwest

EVANSVILLE, IN -- (Marketwired) -- 05/22/14 -- WOW! Business, a communications and cloud service provider, is now offering 10 Gbps Ethernet and Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) trunking services to businesses in Evansville. The regional cable operator continues to expand its presence in the Midwest, this year alone rolling out new broadband data and voice services to businesses of all sizes in the Chicago, Detroit, Cleveland, Columbus and Evansville metropolitan areas.

"Ethernet and SIP trunking services help businesses lower IT costs and improve productivity," said Brad Cheedle, senior vice president of WOW! Business. "We're expanding our presence in Evansville and other Midwest markets by delivering what we believe is a better alternative for fast and reliable voice, data and cloud computing services for thousands of businesses in these important economic centers."

WOW! Business Ethernet Service
WOW! Business Ethernet service reduces IT costs while providing much greater bandwidth for voice, data and cloud computing services. The scalable service delivers speeds up to 10 Gbps, is less expensive than other data networking options such as T1 lines, and can be turned up quickly using a single fiber connection.

Additional WOW! Business Ethernet benefits include:

  • Four levels of Class of Service
  • Network performance visibility through WOW!'s Customer Monitoring Tool
  • E-Line, E-LAN, and E-Tree configurations

WOW! Business SIP Trunking
WOW! Business SIP trunking is a burstable voice service, enabling business customers to better manage their network calling capacity and accommodate traffic spikes.

Additional WOW! Business SIP trunking benefits include:

  • Dedicated voice bandwidth that does not contend with other applications, unlike other voice services such as integrated T1
  • Availability of multiple call capacity packages that, when combined with the ability to burst, help customers ensure that they aren't purchasing excess capacity
  • Configurable as either SIP or Primary Rate Interface (PRI)

WOW! Business Cloud Services
WOW! Business Ethernet data services also enable business customers in Evansville and other Midwest cities to benefit from cloud computing, data backup and disaster recovery services.

  • With the enhanced gigabit-capable data services by WOW! Business, customers can further benefit from WOW!'s cloud services that include cloud computing, backup and disaster recovery among others.
  • The Ethernet connectivity means that connecting to the WOW! Business cloud and data centers will result in the lowest latency possible, complemented by easy-to-scale cloud computing resources for a more efficient -- and faster -- backup and restoration process.

WOW! Business provides IP-based network, data, voice and cloud services for small and mid-sized business, enterprise, government and wholesale customers. The company owns and operates over 42,000 miles of local fiber-optic and coaxial networks in 19 U.S. markets, along with data centers that provide customers with scalable, low-latency access to national carrier backbones.

To learn more about WOW! Business data, voice and cloud services for businesses please visit www.WOWforBusiness.com or www.wowway.com.

About WOW!
WOW! Internet, Cable and Phone is one of the nation's leading providers of Internet access, phone and cable TV serving the residential, business and wholesale carrier communities in Illinois, Michigan, Indiana, Ohio, Kansas, South Dakota and the Southeast. WOW!Business provides services exclusively to the commercial sector with voice, VoIP, Internet and Cloud services over its own network. The company is dedicated to delighting customers with friendly, quality service at affordable prices. WOW! is privately held and controlled by Avista Capital Partners. For more information, please visit www.WOWforBusiness.com or www.wowway.com.

Media Contacts:
Erica Stull
WOW! Business
(720) 479-3515
Email Contact

Wendie Larkin
Calysto Communications
(978) 969-2886
Email Contact

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