LS Networks Expands Fiber-Optic Network in Washington
LS Networks announced today the company will expand its dense fiber-optic network in Eastern Washington and rural parts of the state. The expansion will bring LS Networks’ purpose-built, data and broadband IP services network to even more businesses and residential customers in Yakima, Tri-Cities and Spokane. To assist with the expansion, LS Networks has established a Tri-Cities fiber network construction operation that includes a yard, truck fleet and skilled field technicians. LS Networks will also establish a dedicated Washington sales team and office in Yakima and Tri-Cities in early fall.
“We are extremely proud to bring broadband to more businesses and communities across the state of Washington, expanding our reach across the Pacific Northwest,” said Bryan Adams, Director of Sales and Marketing at LS Networks. “We are committed to serving all of the Northwest, reaching the agricultural and tech centers, tribal communities and family-owned businesses. We look forward to announcing more developments in Washington in the coming months.”
LS Networks has built and operates more than 1,200 miles of high-capacity fiber broadband in Washington already. The Washington expansion aligns with the company’s ambitious mission: to build in locations where others cannot or will not, and to provide top-tier service to urban and rural communities alike.
About LS Networks
LS Networks is a privately held competitive local exchange and interexchange carrier, founded, based and headquartered in Portland, Oregon. LS Networks is committed to serving communities and businesses throughout the rural Northwest with the high-caliber equipment and network connectivity that other carriers typically deploy only in metropolitan areas. The company’s network is designed to deliver data and broadband IP services to any size institution, organization or campus in the Northwest.