CEO Michael Morey interview in Telecom Ramblings Industry Spotlight, including the origins of Bluebird Network, the history of the Bluebird Underground Data Center and more.
Bluebird Network, a Midwest regional telecommunications company, continues to expand coverage to Missouri schools by adding five new school districts as customers.
During the early days of our telecommunications infrastructure, copper wires were the only pathway necessary to connect consumer communications needs. Voices speaking on either end of a telephone line, coupled to a complex network of switches transmitting an analog signal, were at one time the greatest accomplishment of the 20th Century. Now, copper may be more valuable as the melted-down by-product of a by-gone era.
COLUMBIA, MISSOURI — June 25, 2018 — Bluebird Network, a Midwest telecommunications company, today announces it has built its first customer-facing 100G diverse circuits. The customer circuits, totaling 200G overall, will be installed along two existing fiber routes from a metropolitan center to a rural area of Missouri. Installation on the circuits has been completed.
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Bluebird Network, a Midwest regional telecommunications company has announced an expansion to their fiber optic network. Bluebird Network will be adding 45 fiber route miles in the St. Louis metropolitan area and St. Charles county, particularly within Clayton, Wentzville and Weldon Springs. The build is scheduled to begin in May 2018. The build is scheduled to be completed before the end of 4Q18.