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TeraGo Expands its Portfolio with Managed Networking Services


TeraGo Expands its Portfolio with Managed Networking Services

TeraGo, which provides businesses across Canada with cloud, colocation, and connectivity services, is expanding its networking portfolio with the addition of Managed Networking Services. The managed service is powered by artificial intelligence and allows TeraGo to continue providing business customers with best-in-class support for their network infrastructure.

TeraGo's Managed Network Services enables business customers by optimizing performance, reducing outages and cost-reduction on their network infrastructure by leveraging its advanced management systems and network experts' team. The service provides business-class support for customer Internet and WAN connections. The turn-key and scalable offering includes:24/7 continuous proactive monitoring, advanced reporting and analytics, and network device management. 

"We are pleased to continue to support Canadian and International businesses with advanced networking solutions. TeraGo's Managed Networking Services provides IT managers with the real-time information and reporting that allows them to build and manage efficient and reliable network infrastructures," said TeraGo COO and CRO Blake Wetzel.

TeraGo owns a national spectrum of exclusive 24 GHz and 38 GHz wide-area spectrum licenses and 2,120 MHz of spectrum across Canada's six largest cities. It manages over 3,000 cloud workloads, and operates five data centers in Greater Toronto, Greater Vancouver, and Kelowna, and owns and manages its own IP network. The Company serves business customers in major markets across Canada, including Toronto, Montreal, Calgary, Edmonton, Vancouver, and Winnipeg. TeraGo has a partnership with the leaders in the market and aims to continue to focus on delivering premium networking solutions to businesses.

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