Waterloo is a prosperous community known for its friendly demeanor and its historic ancestry. Waterloo provides the residents with the convenience of a city while maintaining the comforts of a small town, embracing new ideas while providing a safe and welcoming atmosphere where people can live, work, and raise a family. Through perseverance and a collaborative spirit, Bluebird Network works with the business community by providing our Internet and data center services.
Bluebird Network is uniquely positioned with our network assets and solution deployments to provide solutions that maximize technology, simplify the network, allow rich feature deployment, provide bandwidth flexibility, deliver unsurpassed network reliability, redundancy, performance, and security as well as provides excellence in account management and customer service and support. Our specialty is providing the same level of high-quality network service to Enterprise and Carrier customers in rural and urban areas.
Over nearly 20 years, Bluebird Network has build over 6,500 fiber route miles throughout the Midwest, headquartered in Columbia, Missouri and spreading into Illinois and parts of Kansas, Kentucky, Nebraska, Oklahoma, Tennessee and South Dakota. Over 135 POPs have been built in major cities such as Chicago, Memphis, Clinton and St. Louis. Our local connectivity is supported by our member companies and our network is further promoted nationally through our relationship with INDATEL. Whether you’re looking to connect across the street or across the country, Bluebird Network will provide a custom-built path to get you there.
Located 85 feet below the Earth’s surface in Springfield, Missouri, the Bluebird Underground Data Center is well equipped to provide data center and colocation services for all your hardware and equipment. This unique facility features a highly reliable infrastructure to guarantee critical operations within a naturally hardened environment. Our data also provides gigabit transport and Internet service, courtesy of the Bluebird Network fiber optic infrastructure.
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