Unite Private Networks (UPN) recently declared that the construction of its 85-mi fiber-optic network has been successfully accomplished. This newly-built network will promote the locales of Richmond County School District, based in Augusta, GA.
UPN has been committed to delivering fiber-based communications networks of high-bandwidth, and such services to data centers, schools, carriers, hospitals, governments, and enterprise business customers based in over 18 states.
The CEO of UPN, Kevin Anderson stated that the newly-constructed Richmond County School network will offer robust and contemporary fiber infrastructure to the students, thereby fostering the advancement of classroom technology tools and applications.
According to the Director of IT at Richmond County School District, Rob Jankus, this implementation has been seamless, efficient and unique when compared to any other network implementation experienced by Richmond County thus far. UPN served to be a dynamic firm providing vibrant network services.
Unite Private Networks (UPN) delivers fiber-based, high-bandwidth communications networks and associated services that benefit a large number of schools, carriers, hospitals, data centers, governments, and enterprise business customers existing across the United States. Some of the major UPN services include Internet access, dark and lit fiber, data center services, private line, metro-optical Ethernet, and other customized solutions. UPN has been based in the Kansas City, MO metro area. Since the year 1999, UPN has been delivering customer-focused communications solutions. At present, UPN has its customer base extended to 18 states.