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Iowa Services Network.com Expands Its Business and Residential Services to All Counties in IA

October 1, 2013

Iowa Services Network delivers its commercial and residential telecom, and Internet and security services to all counties in Iowa.

Des Moines, Iowa (PRWEB) September 30, 2013

Iowa Services Network.com (http://www.iowaservicesnetwork.com), one of the the leading telecommunication services solutions provider in Iowa and throughout the United States, SolveForce has today affirmed clients of its ability to handle huge demands culminating from the expansion of fiber optic networks across the nation. Clients have aired their concerns on the firm’s capacity to handle the huge rise in demand for quality services but the management has reiterated by noting that a clear plan is in place to aid it go through this phase. SolveForce has over the years attracted many clients with its outstanding services including services like Iowa T1 and T3 Lines, leading to a tremendous growth in its customer base.

SolveForce; a top rated Telecommunication service provider in Iowa has assured clients of its ability to handle the rise in demand following the completion of its last phase of major expansion of fiber optic networks and services like Ethernet over Copper in the United States. In a statement released today, the management noted that it has set in place a proper contingency plan to handle the rise in demand for Desktop as a Service, Disaster Recovery as a Service, and Infrastructure as a Service among others.

Iowa Fiber Ethernet services may be available to the following list of buildings and places in IA if fibre assets are available:

  • Des Moines, IA: 801 Grand (previously The Principal Building), Ruan Center, Des Moines Marriott Hotel, Financial Center, Plaza Building, HUB Tower, EMC Insurance Building, Equitable Building, Alliant Tower, Bank of America Building, Iowa State Capitol, Qwest Complex, Register & Tribune Building, Wells Fargo Building, Cedar River Tower, MidAmerican Building, and Plaza 425 (previously the APAC Building).
  • Cedar Rapids, IA: Geneva Towers, 500 Second Avenue SE, Cedar River Tower, Quaker Oats Plant, Veterans' Memorial and City Hall, US Bank Building, The Roosevelt, Great America Building
  • Davenport, IA: Kahl Building/Capitol Theater, President Casino's Blackhawk Hotel, Putnam Building, Union Arcade Building, Northwest Bank Tower, Edgewater on Third, 605 Center, Parker Building, Scott County Administrative Center, Genesis Medical Center, and Mississippi Plaza.
  • Iowa City, IA: Plaza Towers, General Hospital [University of Iowa Hospital]
  • Sioux City, IA: Woodbury County Courthouse, Warrior Hotel, Federal Building & US Courthouse, Clarion Hotel & Conference Center, Badgerow Building, Terra Center, Orpheum Building, Frances Building, St. Joseph Hospital, Mercy Medical Center, Mercy Medical Center, UBS Building, Holiday Inn Sioux City, St. Luke's Regional Medical Center, and Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Transportation Center.

For more information on fiber buildings in Iowa, visit: http://www.ethernetinternetnetwork.com.

SolveForce has over the years seen the growth of its customer base reach higher levels thanks to its cross cutting services. Concerns have therefore been growing on the firm’s capability to handle the pressures that come with expansion but the assurance is a clear statement of intent of the firm’s commitment to remain on top in provision of IA Metro Ethernet, Fast Ethernet, Gigabit Ethernet, Point to Points, and Ethernet Private Lines.

The rise in demand for quality Telecommunication services in Iowa is enough evidence that the firm has grown in popularity among the clients in United States and beyond. As a matter of fact the firm has been receiving positive feedback from customers who have been seeking Cloud Computing, Desktop Virtualization among other services that the firm offers. According to the management the firm has been on the forefront to develop strong customer relations-something that will give them a cutting edge in the market. For rural parts homes can order Satellite Internet in Iowa.

According to surveys the firm has received higher ratings in the recent past despite the many challenges it has encountered along the way. The fact that customers in Iowa can now entrust their demands to the company following the assurance today is indeed amazing. This will see the firm record high sales and beat off strong competition emanating from other service providers. Experts have hailed the move by SolveForce to build trust among the customers noting that this is enough proof that the firm has what it takes to deliver.

Although there are so many other service providers in the Iowa Telecommunication sector, the experience, expertise and technical capacity that SolveForce has at its disposal makes it the most ideal choice. In addition the firm has since its inception partnered with the best providers in IA the industry to offer clients lucrative Iowa Dark Fiber Solutions, the very reason one ought to consider the firm seriously. For more information on Backup and Data Recovery, feel free to visit SolveForce.

For residential services, they also offer Iowa Home Security and Rural Internet in IA:

Iowa Services Network now offers commercial and residential services in the following IA counties: Adair County, Adams County, Allamakee County, Appanoose County, Audubon County, Benton County, Black Hawk County, Boone County, Bremer County, Buchanan County, Buena Vista County, Butler County, Calhoun County, Carroll County, Cass County, Cedar County, Cerro Gordo County, Cherokee County, Chickasaw County, Clarke County, Clay County, Clayton County, Clinton County, Crawford County, Dallas County, Davis County, Decatur County, Delaware County, Des Moines County, Dickinson County, Dubuque County, Emmet County, Fayette County, Floyd County, Franklin County, Fremont County, Greene County, Grundy County, Guthrie County, Hamilton County, Hancock County, Hardin County, Harrison County, Henry County, Howard County, Humboldt County, Ida County, Iowa County, Jackson County, Jasper County, Jefferson County, Johnson County, Jones County, Keokuk County, Kossuth County, Lee County, Linn County, Louisa County, Lucas County, Lyon County, Madison County, Mahaska County, Marion County, Marshall County, Mills County, Mitchell County, Monona County, Monroe County, Montgomery County, Muscatine County, Obrien County, Osceola County, Page County, Palo Alto County, Plymouth County, Pocahontas County, Polk County, Pottawattamie County, Poweshiek County, Ringgold County, Sac County, Scott County, Shelby County, Sioux County, Story County, Tama County, Taylor County, Union County, Van Buren County, Wapello County, Warren County, Washington County, Wayne County, Webster County, Winnebago County, Winneshiek County, Woodbury County, Worth County, and Wright County.

For more information on the CO coverage area, please visit: http://www.iowaethernetfiberinternet.com.

About Iowa Services Network.com

Iowa Services Network.com is managed by SolveForce, a Telecom Master Agency that offers its consulting services in Iowa, and has been providing business solutions since 2004. They are recognized all over the globe as a private telecom consulting agency that offers Iowa advisory and auditing services for the telecommunications and Internet industry. Founded by Ron Legarski, this master agency has accomplished many awards and achievements. With high quality Iowa telecom and Internet solutions to offer, the company’s future plans are to integrate even more cities and companies in their coverage areas and remain the leader in the telecom solutions industry and throughout Iowa.

SolveForce.com, LLC can be reached at 888-765-8301 via toll free or visit one of their real-time quoting websites at http://www.fiber-optic-internet.iowaservicesnetwork.com.

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