WESCO Net Selects Comcast Business for High-Speed WAN

For more information contact:                                     
Dave Wordhouse, VP Network Technologies
800-327-3478 x185                                                                          

Grand Rapids, Michigan October 14th, 2010

WESCO Net, a Grand Rapids, MI-based leader in hosting and managed services for credit unions has selected Comcast Business to deploy a new fiber-wide area network with up to gigabit speeds.

The new network will interlink WESCO Net’s three data centers, providing redundancy for existing connections and support for advanced services such as cloud computing efforts, real time long distance data replication, and real time media support.

“We are very excited to be working with Comcast,” says Dave Wordhouse, VP Network Technologies. “They designed a high speed fiber network that met our requirements for site survivability, performance, and reliability. Our customers demand performance and the ability to enhance our communications redundancy and bandwidth capacity allows WESCO Net to offer new cloud computing initiatives, online data replication and archival at extremely competitive rates.”

The new network is scheduled to be activated by the end of 2010.   

About WESCO Net

Organized in 2002, WESCO Net is a full-service technology solutions provider. They specialize in network design and implementation, managed security services, disaster recovery and business continuity solutions; IP telephony VoIP (voice-over-Internet protocol) solutions; managed hosting solutions (facilities management), compliance and security audits (HIPAA/GLBA/SOX); high availability solutions; web site engineering, and hardware sales and support services.   WESCO Net provides services to the education, retail, legal, medical, real estate, hospitality, and financial services industries as well as court systems and regional municipalities. Its financial services portfolio includes servicing over 100 credit unions across the country. Visit for more information.

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