Level 3 Communications announced that it is enabling customer growth for a variety of independent cable operators across the nation through its nationwide network.

By using its scalable network, Level 3 is able to offer a suite of services to independent cable operators, serving residential and business customers, to support the traffic growth that these cable operators are experiencing.

Level 3’s three core services include its transport network, high-speed Internet Protocol (HSIP), and a suite of local and long distance voice services. Level 3’s customers include BroadRiver Communication Corp. and Hotwire Communications.

"Level 3 is a proven, reliable provider for BroadRiver as we continue to evolve our network," said Joe Sheehan, BroadRiver’s CEO. "Level 3’s robust and feature-rich nationwide network helps us deliver the most cutting-edge communication services to our existing and future customers.”

BroadRiver provides communications services to more than 3,000 small- and medium- size business (SMB) customers, and more than 20,000 residential customers, including a full suite of IP-based communications and managed services, as well as traditional wireline telecom services.

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