The City of Maryville is a city ‘where roots run deep’, dedicated to enhancing the quality of life, while inspiring economic growth and vitality within the community. Bluebird Network enhances local Maryville businesses through our offering of data center and network services.
Bluebird Network owns 100% of our network and exercises total control over all network services, providing a protected network with greater reliability and survivability. Much of our 6,000 fiber route miles are buried underground, further ensuring our network is protected from outside threats and elements. All Ethernet activity is MEF certified, guaranteeing the highest level of security and performance by matching the standards set by over 20 experts in the field. Regardless of industry, Bluebird Network provides a wide variety of network solutions, including Wide Area Network Ethernet, Dedicated Internet Access and Metro Ethernet. Our current Maryville customers include educational facilities, government and public safety centers and healthcare institutions.
Our network provides a wide area of coverage, that coverage is based on our robust fiber optic network. The Bluebird fiber network includes over 135 POPs and 6,500 fiber route miles, providing connections to major Midwest cities such as St. Joseph, Columbia, Kansas City and Springfield. Bluebird Network has a national reach through its partner, INDATEL Services, which connects the fiber-optic networks of independent telephone companies across the United States, and our member companies increase the density of our local connectivity.
Bluebird Network offers data center, colocation, gigabit transport and gigabit dedicated Internet services through our Bluebird Underground Data Center, located 85 feet below the earth’s surface within a limestone mine in Springfield, Missouri. The Bluebird Underground Data Center provides the utmost protection for your data and equipment through a unique combination of our natural physical surroundings and a variety of multi-layered, man-made security methods.