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NOVEMBER 29, 2021 — LITTLE ROCK, Ark.–(BUSINESS WIRE)– Windstream Wholesale, a leading provider of fast and flexible solutions, continues to expand and announced today that it is providing its advanced optical solutions from the NTT’s data center campus (formerly Raging Wire) in Sacramento as part of its new Sacramento-to-Portland route.

“With our new presence in Sacramento, Windstream Wholesale continues our ‘fast and flexible’ network expansion, which is designed to meet our customers’ burgeoning demand for diverse, high-capacity access to key data center ecosystems,” said Joe Scattareggia, executive vice president of Windstream Wholesale.

From Sacramento, Windstream’s network extends north to Portland, Hillsboro and Seattle, leveraging the company’s new Intelligent Converged Optical Network; west to Palo Alto and San Jose, and east to Reno and Salt Lake City.

The CA3 wholesale data center facility brings the latest in data center innovation and customer experience to the Sacramento area. CA3, located at 1625 W. National Drive, is ideal for enterprise and internet companies looking for a large data center footprint with turn-key or build-to-suit data center infrastructure.

In addition, CA3 provides 100% renewable energy and direct connectivity to customers collocated at CA1 and CA2, located at 1200 Striker Ave. This Striker data center location is also the largest DC in California—with the lowest-cost power.

The three data centers have approximately 50 tenants, including international and domestic carriers, cable providers and enterprise-scale businesses.

Windstream’s Intelligent Converged Optical Network (ICON) provides open and disaggregated networking infrastructure, enabling wholesale and enterprise technology customers to select unique custom routes, maintain operational insights with Windstream’s Network Intelligence functions, and place their networks closer to the edge to better serve end-users.

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