Known as “The Queen City of the Prairie”, Shelbina is a friendly town that is progressive minded and has a welcoming small-town atmosphere. Bluebird Network supports Shelbina to grow and progress using our offering of network and data center services.
Bluebird Network specializes in providing Internet and transport services to Carrier and Enterprise customers in Missouri, Illinois and the surrounding states. Our network totals 6,500 fiber route miles and over 135 POPs in major Midwest cities such as Columbia, Jefferson City, Quincy and St. Louis. Our membership with INDATEL provides Bluebird Network with access to over 1,100 POPs and 100,000 fiber route miles in rural and metropolitan areas across the nation. Locally, our network is supported through our member companies.
Voice, video and data communications are important to operating almost any type of business. If you need to communicate in a timely and secure manner, then a dedicated circuit from Bluebird Network is right for your business. Our network services include Wide Area Network Ethernet, Ethernet Virtual Private Lan Service (E-LAN), E-Line Services, Dedicated Internet Access, Mobile Backhaul Transport, secure and reliable bandwidth and Metro Ethernet. We offer secure, reliable, and scalable connections to central offices, business locations, carrier hotels, mobile switching centers and wireless towers. We have the capacity and flexibility to serve your businesses’ fiber transport and Internet needs and can create a network built specifically for your company.
Located in Springfield, Missouri, the Bluebird Underground Data Center is buried 85 feet underground and surrounded by solid limestone rock. Through a combination of inherent physical protection and man-made security measures, our facility offers the utmost protection from natural and unnatural disasters. The Bluebird Underground Data Center is supported by Bluebird Network and has multiple fiber paths weaving in and out of the data center, providing data center customers with a quick, secure path to the surface.