Massive Networks Partners with INDATEL To Expand Its Infrastructure to Rural America

Businesses Can Now Receive Reliable Broadband Connectivity via Fiber Optic Network Routes In Additional Rural and Urban Communities.
Massive Networks & INDATEL Become Partners
Massive Networks & INDATEL Become Partners
DENVER - March 7, 2019 - PRLog -- Now rural America won't miss out on private networking opportunities. Massive Networks, an enterprise-class data transport solution provider, today announced that it had expanded its fiber footprint within rural and urban communities across America through a partnership with INDATEL Services. Firms looking to deliver their services on a private and more secure network can leverage the array of services that Massive Networks provides an additional 400,000 rural buildings with the help of INDATEL.

INDATEL, a nationwide wholesale carrier Ethernet and transport company, offers cost-effective transport connectivity via fiber-optic routes in rural and urban communities in over 37 states. Aligned with the best in class IP Transit providers to bring high-quality service at affordable prices to carriers, INDATEL is the largest rural-focused wholesale carrier in America.

According to Justin Forte, the Vice President of Sales at INDATEL, "The relationship between INDATEL and Massive Networks is a true win-win. INDATEL will provide Massive Networks with unique assets they can use to help clients. INDATEL will benefit from the heightened visibility and reach that Massive Networks can provide."

With years of experience in the telecom industry, Massive Networks aims to solve business connectivity problems through its One Pipe Multi-Connect Network Solutions. Massive Networks can tailor any business access or application to connect to their infrastructure, which bypasses the public Internet entirely. This approach offers additional security measures for businesses looking to comply with regulations or improve office-to-office performance. Massive Networks' 'Always-On' policy also helps businesses stay connected.

"We're excited to have developed this partnership with INDATEL. Our combined efforts will offer additional coverage to the rural areas we support. Businesses in these areas can now receive similar benefits as there city dweller competitors such as redundant deliverability and private networking services at an affordable cost," said Kevin Flake, VP of Strategic Alliances at Massive Networks.

Learn how Massive Networks can expertly use a rich mix of Carrier Ethernet technologies to improve your business operations in an evolving marketplace:
Massive One Pipe Multi-Connect


Massive Networks provides enterprise-class data transport solutions across the entire US domestic carrier ecosystem and to 181 countries worldwide. Their blended managed network delivers high-speed Internet and private line connections to over 4 million fiber-lit buildings, data centers, and cloud providers nationwide.

Headquartered in Boulder County, Colorado with data centers and offices throughout the United States, Massive Networks NOC engineers have years of experience navigating the Carrier Ecosystem and act as an extension of your IT team. Massive Networks provides NNI (Network to Network Interface) to dozens of national carriers and Direct Peering Exchanges with Amazon Web Services, Google Cloud Platform, Microsoft Azure, Office 365 and more!

To learn more about our solutions and technical expertise visit us at or follow us on Twitter at @Massive1Networks.


INDATEL Services is a national network that provides fiber connectivity to rural and urban America.  INDATEL is uniquely positioned to provide broadband services to many places other carriers cannot deliver services via 37 state and regional wholesale member-owners and affiliates. INDATEL's national network represents over 400,000 fiber optic miles and 400,000 serviceable buildings serving over 5,000 communities that use over 1,100 nationwide points of presence and representing 700 independent rural exchange providers.

For more information about INDATEL Services, visit


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