Bluebird Network LLC, a Midwest telecommunications company, recently announced that it has completed a 26-mile fiber expansion in Jefferson City, Missouri. The fiber build, constructed 100 percent underground, remains protected from natural disasters and delivers reliable, high-quality fiber-based internet and transport services for wireless towers, local governments and businesses within the state capital. 

“Bluebird Network has always taken pride in being one of the leading telecommunications providers in the Midwest,” said Michael Morey, President and CEO of Bluebird Network. “Our recent efforts have been focused on rapidly responding to demand and deploying new fiber services and products as we continue our expansions. As we grow within Missouri and into the surrounding states, such as Indiana, Kansas and Iowa, we intend to keep a strong foothold in the capital city of our home state.”

This completed build underscores the company’s enduring and core commitments to serving as a primary provider of transport and high-speed internet services throughout the Midwest and completing fiber densification projects. With a goal of continued expansion throughout the next several years, Bluebird plans to extend expanded options for internet and transport requirements by delivering new and competitive solutions to a growing range of locations. To date, Bluebird has constructed more than 9,300 fiber route miles of high-speed broadband and fiber-optic connections. 

Bluebird Network has more than 151 Point of Presence (POP) sites in major cities throughout the Midwest, including the major cities of Chicago, St. Louis, Kansas City, Springfield (MO and IL), Tulsa, Peoria, Rockford, Bloomington, Normal and the Quad Cities. This allows the company to offer a robust network product suite and provide premium levels of service, expanding business climates and bringing new opportunities to Midwestern businesses and communities. Bluebird’s fiber network also connects to the Bluebird Underground Data Center, located in Springfield, MO. 

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