Come see Bluebird Network at International Telecommunications Week (ITW) from June 23-26 2019 Hyatt Regency & Marriott Marquis in Atlanta, Georgia!
ITW (International Telecoms Week) is the annual meeting for the global wholesale telecoms industry, providing a platform for 6,939 delegates from 2,081 companies and more than 135 countries to meet together and network. Founded in 2008, International Telecoms Week was established by a group of international telecom carriers, with the goal to provide an affordable and beneficial platform for the entire community to meet and conduct business. Join the ITW 2019 conference sessions, and learn about the challenges and opportunities facing the global wholesale telecoms market today. Bluebird Network is excited to be attending ITW once again this year. Come swing by for a visit at Bilateral Table HA-B1040 at the Hyatt Regency in the Centennial Ballroom!
For nearly two decades, Bluebird Network has been providing top of the line Internet and data services to carriers across the Midwest. Our high-speed fiber optic network spans over 6,000 fiber route miles and over 135 POPs, connecting to diverse Tier 1 Internet providers in major cities such as Chicago, Kansas City, Tulsa, Springfield and St. Louis. Through our relationship with our member companies, our connectivity is further supported in our local area and our strategic partnership with INDATEL provides Bluebird Network with a platform on a national scale, giving us access to more than 700+ Rural Local Exchange Carriers, 100,000+ fiber optic route miles, over 5,000 communities served and tens of thousands of on-net ETH capable locations with 1,100+ Regional POPs.
To set up a personal meeting to discuss your network transport, internet and data center needs, contact [email protected] or visit our contact page here. To learn more about Bluebird Network’s Carrier service, visit our Carrier Services page or take a look at our Network map. To start building a network custom-made for your business, fill out our request a quote form here.