The mystery about the building at 1761 Spring St., located across from the Juvenile Court, is revealed — on Sept. 19, Conterra Ultra Broadband, LLC will host a Grand Opening at 2800 Youree Dr., Ste 105, to celebrate the opening of its new local Sales Office.
Conterra already leases a building on Spring Street, which represents Conterra’s local Central Office, where it securely stores data equipment and servers and provides third party colocation services. This new local sales office will support high-speed broadband services provided over its state-of-the-art, fiber optics network.
Attending the event at Conterra’s new Sales Office will be corporate and local company officials, including Craig Gunderson, President and CEO; Adrian Garcia, VP of Enterprise Sales-Marketing; Lyle Parratt, Area Sales Manager; Shane Turley, EVP-General Counsel; and members of Conterra’s local sales and operations teams. Representing the City of Shreveport will be Chief Technology Officer, Keith Hanson. The event will feature a display showing how Conterra connects fiber optics at a customer location. The local sales and operations teams will be happy to answer questions about Conterra’s Internet, voice, and high-speed broadband services. Snacks and snow-cones will be offered to attendees.
For the last two decades, Conterra has designed, assembled and operated high-speed broadband networks for education, healthcare, enterprise, and carrier customers throughout the United States. Leveraging leading-edge technologies to dramatically increase bandwidth and reliability of Wide Area Networks, Internet, and voice-based services across dedicated networks delivered by local professionals, our employees and our networks are the cornerstone of our “Fiber Driven. People Powered.” focus. Our broadband networks empower customers with versatile bandwidth that support comprehensive solutions designed for customers’ needs today, and tomorrow.
Founded in 2003, and now operating more than 11,000 fiber route miles, Conterra is one of the largest remaining independent broadband infrastructure companies in the United States based on its optical fiber and fixed wireless network assets and annual recurring revenues. The company is majority-owned by Court Square Capital, with a minority stake held by Fiera Infrastructure and the remaining ownership largely held by Conterra’s management team. For more information about Conterra, please visit www.conterra.com.