BroadNet Connect, the division of Unity Point Health that has provided IT and bandwidth services for the past several years, has reached an agreement with Wisconsin Independent Networks (WIN) to manage those services beginning July 23rd.
In a letter sent to current BroadNet customers this week, the company stated:
In order to maintain a high level of customer support, we have determined that it is in the best interests for all of our customers to partner with a first-class provider to ensure all needs continue to be met. We are honored to announce that we have reached a partnership agreement with WIN, an Eau Claire, Wisconsin-based Ethernet, Internet, Data Center, and Network Management / IT Support Services provider, to provide management services to HNcBNc effective July 23, 2017. We anticipate the transition to WIN will be virtually seamless for all parties.
WIN was founded 20 years ago with the goal of connecting Wisconsin's independent telephone companies with fiber. It's grown beyond its original mission to become a major wholesale and enterprise networking service provider in the Midwest.
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