FLTG enters the Binghamton market, opens local office

Business customers in the Binghamton area now have the opportunity to take advantage of fiber-optic telecommunication services from Finger Lakes Technologies Group Inc. (FLTG).

FLTG has expanded its services into the Binghamton market and opened a new office on the Huron Campus, which employs 10 people. With this expansion, the company is bringing more than a century of telephone experience and a host of state-of-the-art services, including local and long-distance telephone, high-speed Internet, IP and hosted phone systems, data center, virtualization, telecom and data assessments and conferencing services.

The company recently extended its fiber-optic network to Binghamton, which enables broadband Internet, cloud, voice and data solutions. FLTG’s 2,000-mile, fiber-optic network — the largest privately owned fiber network in New York State — connects more than 25 communities in the state, including Alfred, Auburn, Binghamton, Buffalo, Canandaigua, Clifton Springs, Corning, Cortland, Elmira, Farmington, Geneva, Ithaca, Newark, Phelps, Rochester, Romulus, Seneca Falls, Syracuse, Trumansburg, Victor and Waterloo.

FLTG’s fiber-optic network has been built entirely through private company funding. FLTG has not received any grants or stimulus funding to build or extend its network.

“FLTG is pleased to expand our service area into Binghamton and to open an office here,” said FLTG President and CEO Paul Griswold. “Now, Binghamton businesses can take advantage of a more complete portfolio of telecom products and services, all backed by our more than 100 years of experience.”

Finger Lakes Technologies Group, Inc. (www.fltg.com) provides state-of-the-art voice, data, Internet and cloud solutions to business customers across New York state. The company is certified in all Cisco technologies, and it has built its own 2,000-mile, fiber-optic network to serve New York State. FLTG’s co-location data center – located at the former Seneca Army Depot in Romulus – features 64 bunkers for secure data storage and disaster recovery.

A subsidiary of Ontario and Trumansburg Telephone Companies, FLTG brings to its customers a more-than-100-year history in telecommunications. Headquartered in Victor, N.Y., FLTG and its parent companies employ more than 100 people combined and have offices in Buffalo, Endicott, Phelps and Trumansburg.

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