LS Networks Deepens Network Coverage in Greater Yakima Market
LS Networks, the largest, locally owned, fiber-optic network in the Pacific Northwest, announced today that it has further expanded its carrier-class fiber network in Yakima, Washington. With the additional network density of the new Yakima Cluster, LS Networks now operates 166 miles of fiber-optic network in Yakima County and over 80 miles of fiber in the greater Yakima metro area. This enhanced network density will provide Yakima businesses with better access to powerful network connectivity needed to compete in today’s business environment. To view the Yakima fiber-optic cluster map, please visit www.lsnetworks.net/yakima-wa
The implementation of cluster architecture is just one of the ways LS Networks is changing the telecommunications landscape. By investing in and pre-building fiber-optic infrastructure in business-rich districts such as Yakima’s South Broadway and Union Gap, LS Networks has made it easier and more affordable for businesses to access the regional network. For businesses in Yakima, this means faster install times and access to a wide range of advanced service offerings such as ethernet, internet, and unified communications. With a fiber cluster, businesses now have access to virtually limitless capacity and all of LS Networks’ advanced service offerings without requiring multiple service installations.
Byron Cantrall, LS Networks’ President and CEO, explains,
“This significant investment in Yakima is the first of many to come. As we build and connect our fiber-optic clusters throughout the Pacific Northwest, companies in rural and major markets alike can meet the competitive challenges of today and sustainably grow into the future.”