ValuLink Technology Solutions adds US Signal as a vendor

January 5, 2011

For immediate release:

LOUISVILLE — ValuLink Technology Solutions, a broker of voice and data telecommunications services for businesses worldwide and the parent of industry leading website www.t1town.com, has reached agreement to represent regional data services provider US Signal.

Headquartered in Grand Rapids, MI, US Signal’s network includes more than 7,000 route miles of long-haul fiber and more than 900 miles of fiber optic metro rings in 22 markets connecting regions in Michigan, Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Wisconsin and Missouri. The US Signal network provides on-off ramps comprised of major carrier hotel locations, incumbent telephone company central offices and other lit buildings.

“US Signal is a nice fit,” says ValuLink CEO Clem Wyman. “We do a lot of business with customers who have locations in the Dayton, Columbus, and greater Chicagoland markets, all of which are sweet spots for US Signal.  Their peering arrangements are such that with the right mix of in-footprint locations, US Signal can provide totally secure MPLS networks to customers with locations in their region and pretty much anywhere in the country, as well.”  Wyman said US Signal has “a quality network, excellent customer service and, is priced to win.  They also have a deep commitment to their agent channel.”

Wyman is a widely recognized telecommunications expert who is often asked to speak to customer and industry groups on topics such as VoIP, SIP trunks, and Unified Communications.

With the addition of US Signal, ValuLink, which has offices in Louisville, KY, and Greenville, SC, now has over 50 service providers it can quote for customers, depending on where they are located.  Via T1 Town, ValuLink also is able to deliver other business value-add services ranging from Merchant Services accounts, to full, variable-expense cost containment evaluation services, to mobile marketing services such as Short Codes, among others.

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