2012 has been a very big year for Wolfe.It has been a year of growth and change for the company.We saw where the future of technology was headed and revamped our services to meet those needs by moving from traditional TDM services to an Ethernet-based solution set that provides the bandwidth, the security, the flexibility and the reliability that companies and users require today.We have spent much of the year establishing the foundation for the new and improved Wolfe and it has taken off faster than we ever expected.People are excited about Wolfe and the services we offer and that is the biggest thrill and accomplishment of them all!
Here are some of the highlights from 2012:
- The new Wolfe Business Connect Ethernet services launched in the Pacific Northwest: Ethernet Transport Service, Metro E, Virtual Private Line Service, IPVPN, Wolfe Business Internet
- The new Wolfe Residential Connect services launched in the Pacific Northwest: WolfeNet Extreme (1 Gb/s) and WolfeNet Connect. (100 Mb/s)
- Wolfe added key management positions to help further the growth of the company including Sales Manager Deon Hines and Marketing Director Terry Rendall
- Wolfe rebranded and launched a new website and marketing resources, including an informative whitepaper
- The Wolfe team attended Interop Las Vegas, IT Expo in Austin, Channel Partners Expo in Orlando and Interface Seattle.
- Wolfe expanded service to Southern California
- Wolfe expanded service to the New York metro area including parts of New Jersey, Connecticut and Philadelphia
- Wolfe gained some wonderful new customers and business partners throughout the year
It has been an amazing year and we look forward to even more in 2013.We have some very exciting things coming up so stay tuned.You can follow us on Twitter, Facebook and Linked In for the latest news! Wishing you all a happy healthy new year!
SEATTLE, WA – December 14, 2012 –Wolfe announced today that it had selected Open Data Centers’ (ODC) Piscataway, NJ facility to be its first POP in the Northeast. Wolfe serves several existing ODC customers, and is able to leverage ODC’s carrier-friendly operating environment in order to service its growing East coast customer base.
“We are very excited to partner with Open Data Centers on this project,” commented Michael Scott, General Manager of Wolfe. “ODC can turn around cross connects in a matter of hours, and their one-time cross connect fee model is very favorable for carriers looking to expand their footprint. We have access to many other transport providers at our fingertips.”
Seattle-based Wolfe intends to use Piscataway as an interconnection point for its already substantial transport network, based predominantly in the Northwest, which began with the deployment of low-latency, high speed, transport facilities cross country. Wolfe joins a growing list of fiber providers, incumbent local exchange carriers, competitive local exchange carriers, transport providers, ISPs and voice services providers already present in the facility.
“Several ODC customers have already begun leveraging Wolfe’s strong presence,” said Erik Levitt, CEO of Open Data Centers. “The partnership between ODC, Wolfe and other data center customers exemplifies the true benefits of carrier-neutral colocation, and we are proud to facilitate the relationships and interconnections between our carrier partners.”
With a focus on delivering world-class service to customers, Wolfe is providing high performance Ethernet-based internet and network VPN solutions to help meet residential and business connection needs. Headquartered in Seattle, WA, Wolfe offers blazing fast speed from 10 Mb/s to 10 Gb/s, a reliable and secure connection, and scalable, flexible solutions including Ethernet Transport Service, Metro E, Virtual Private Line Service, IP VPN, and Wolfe Business Internet at prices that are 30-50% less than other providers. For more information about Wolfe, visit www.wolfe.net.
About Open Data Centers
Open Data Centers is carrier neutral, cost-effective data center operator offering alternative connectivity options for carriers, service providers and enterprises. With its first facility in Piscataway, New Jersey located 16 miles south of New York City, Open Data Centers provides an ideal Points of Presence (PoPs) location for carriers, low-latency colocation options for financial applications and cloud services. With N+1 redundancy through all levels of the infrastructure, Open Data Centers has positioned itself as the premier cost-efficient, carrier neutral colocation provider in the region. For more information on Open Data Centers, visit www.opendatacenters.net