Bluebird Network, a high-capacity fiber internet and transport services provider and underground data center owner, recently announced an expansion of its fiber network to better serve businesses in Strafford, Missouri. As the latest expansion project following Bluebird’s 61-route-mile fiber build in Springfield, Missouri, and 21-route-mile fiber build in Joplin, this project continues the company’s dedication to offering high-speed internet services, cloud connections, high-quality data transport and underground colocation products in rural and underserved areas. Today, the company is established in and continuing to expand throughout Missouri, Illinois, Iowa, Kansas and the surrounding states. This strategic growth enables businesses to connect to each other, to locations across the region, to the internet and more.
“As we continue to realize a more digital world, Bluebird continues to enhance bandwidth connectivity choices across a variety of sectors,” said Michael Morey, President and CEO of Bluebird. “Whether it’s healthcare, finance, education or businesses in the area, Bluebird is committed to delivering world-class communication services to those in need.”
Local businesses, Wireless Internet Service Providers (WISPs), governments, healthcare facilities, schools and wireless towers will be empowered with access to 10Mbps, 1Gbps, 10Gbps or even 100Gbps connections. Furthermore, the community will be able to easily leverage the benefits of the nearby Bluebird Underground Data Center, which resides roughly 15 miles away in Springfield.
“Bluebird was built on a foundation of deep roots in rural communities, and as we expand and strengthen our network footprint and fiber services across the Midwest, serving as a trusted partner to a growing number of rural and underserved areas remains a commitment,” states Morey. “We’re excited to continue on this path of strategic expansion and to share this journey with our customers, communities and beyond. Furthermore, we look forward to seeing our growth support those customers, communities and businesses with vital internet services backed by our state-of-the-art fiber infrastructure.”
Today, Bluebird Network offers 9,800 fiber route miles of high-speed broadband with 151 Points of Presence (POPs) and 54,000 on-net and near-net buildings. Offering a robust network product suite and premium levels of service, Bluebird’s services expand business climates, bringing new opportunities to Midwestern businesses and communities. These services include: reliable bandwidth, Metro Ethernet, Wide Area Network Ethernet, Dedicated Internet Access, E-Line Services, Ethernet Virtual Private LAN Service (E-LAN) and Mobile Backhaul Transport services.
To learn more about Bluebird Network, please visit www.bluebirdnetwork.com.