Sunday, April 19, 2015

Integra Announces Milestones, Executive Appointments

Integra's fiber-based network infrastructure now connects more than 3,000 buildings throughout its 11-state network footprint.  The facilities-based carrier cited significant growth in the Phoenix, Portland, Salt Lake City and Seattle markets.

“Integra’s fiber networks comprise a blend of diverse network routes, direct access along key corridors and built-in reliability, scalability and security that together provide a valuable and differentiated solution for our customers,” said Dan Stoll, president, Electric Lightwave. “With 3,000 locations now on-net, our infrastructure is more flexible, powerful and enterprise-ready than ever, and we look forward to continuing to lay new fiber connections to businesses whose needs align with our network’s unique set of capabilities.”

Integra announced tha appointment of Christopher Camut as president. Camut most recently served as CEO of Ajubeo, a Boulder-based IaaS provider, and holds degrees from the University of Toledo.

In addition, Scot Oslund has joined Electric Lightwave as vice president, premier channel. Oslund will report to Dan Stoll, who was named president of Electric Lightwave in January after 15 years with Integra where he most recently served as the company’s senior vice president of strategy and development. Also, Integra has promoted Jason Koenders to the newly formed office of chief technology officer.

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