Today we have just turned up a major new transit customer, Wiscnet, Wisconsin's Research and Education network. This network connects over 400 sites counting for over 900,000 end users. That is 900,000 end users that have direct and easy access to your sites and servers, with no intermediary networks. Not many web hosts, dedicated server providers, or colocation providers can offer so many end users, directly on-net. We consider this relationship to be a great benefit to Wiscnet and it's members as we provide additional and complete network connectivity to them, but also a benefit to our existing customers due to the increased scope and diversity of our network as a whole.
This agreement is also the start of a major new push we are making to serve educational and research insitutes. If you are an educational or research institution looking for extremely competitively priced Internet transit service please contact our sales departmant, firstname.lastname@example.org or call 312-602-2689 option 2. The only "catch" is that you must connect to us out of 111 8th in New York City, 350 E Cermak in Chicago, 529 Bryant in Palo Alto, or 55 S Market in San Jose. If your network is not extended to any of those sites currently, we can also work with you to find transport partners to be able to reach our network inter-connection points.
Wiscnet is a 501c3 non-profit member organization providing network access to it's members. There are over 400 higher-ed, K12 school districts, library systems (each one serving 15-40 libraries), city and county governments, and the Wisconsin state government that are WiscNet members. This includes all 26 University of Wisconsin campuses, the entire Technical College system, and about 70% of the K12 school districts in Wisconsin. A list of their members can be found at: