Wolfe Internet Launches Fiber Network in SoCal

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LOS ANGELES - Seattle-based Internet service provider Wolfe announced that it has expanded its fiber network into Los Angeles. With this expansion, Wolfe’s services extend from the greater Seattle area to Spokane, Wash., and now into Southern California. Wolfe’s network is located at IX2 at One Wilshire, the world’s most connected data center building.

Wolfe can now deliver high-speed business Internet and network VPN solutions (Ethernet Virtual Private Line, Metro E, Virtual Private Line Service, IP VPN and Business Internet access) with speeds of 10 Mbps to 10 Gbps. In addition, the company offers residential Internet service with speeds of 100 Mbps to 1 Gbps to multiple-dwelling-unit communities, including condominiums, apartment homes and new housing developments.

“We are very excited to offer high-performance, low-cost Ethernet solutions to businesses and residences in Southern California,” says Michael Scott, general manager of Wolfe. “There is a real demand for people and companies to get more done with a faster, secure and reliable connection. Wolfe can provide that connection that is not only customized to their needs but will save on the bottom line.”

Wolfe plans to continue expanding its network throughout the western United States over the next two years.

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