Windstream Enterprise Expands Cloud Connect Network in Dallas-Fort Worth Area

Windstream Enterprise, a provider of advanced network communications and technology solutions and a FORTUNE 500 company, is expanding the number of network onramps to meet the demands of customers who need dedicated, predictable connectivity to third-party cloud service providers (CSPs).

With multiple networking services options, “scalability, agile deployment” and threat mitigation, Cloud Connect would deliver high-availability and fault-tolerant connections to leading CSPs.

Windstream Joseph Harding
“The regional Southwest is growing rapidly and has become a hub for the major CSPs like AWS, Microsoft Azure, IBM Cloud and Google Cloud Platform,” said Joseph Harding, executive vice president and CMO at Windstream Enterprise and Wholesale.

“Our ongoing investment to expand Cloud Connect demonstrates our commitment to meet growing customer demand,” said Joseph Harding, executive vice president and chief marketing officer (CMO) at Windstream Enterprise and Wholesale.

“The regional Southwest is growing rapidly and has become a hub for the major CSPs like AWS, Microsoft Azure, IBM Cloud and Google Cloud Platform.”

Texas, Phoenix, Las Vegas

According to the U.S. Census Bureau, Dallas and Fort Worth were among cities boasting the largest population gains in 2017, ranking number three and four respectively among the top 15 U.S. cities. Expansion of this route would afford customers access to major markets in Texas as well as easy access to other growing markets like Phoenix, Las Vegas and cities in Silicon Valley.

In addition to Cloud Connect, Windstream Enterprise offers its SD-WAN Concierge, OfficeSuite UC and UCaaS/CCaaS offerings as well as Wi-Fi solutions. It also offers a range of complementary network and communications solutions including professional services, integrated network security, and access, transport and business continuity solutions including Wavelength Services with Optical Encryption, Ethernet and Fixed Wireless.