TORONTO, March 6, 2014 /CNW/ - Hamilton Utilities Corporation is deploying a state-of-the-art fibre optic data network to meet the high-speed communication needs of businesses, offices and other organizations throughout Hamilton.
"Today, every business and organization requires responsive, high-speed and reliable telecommunications and that is exactly what we will deliver 24 hours a day." said Alex Bystrin, President and CEO of Hamilton Utilities Corporation.
"We are deploying next-generation network services infrastructure that is specifically tailored to the growing needs of commercial customers and it is designed for users who demand 24/7 high-quality, high-speed communications services. Our packages are designed to be technically leading-edge, flexible and scalable while ensuring price stability," said Bystrin.
"This is essential telecommunications infrastructure that will help Hamilton to attract and retain the type of economic activity and investment that will lead to further growth and prosperity for many years to come. The potential "pay-off" here for the City is extraordinary and who better to provide this critically important service than our own Hamilton Utilities Corporation", said Hamilton Mayor Bob Bratina.
"The fact that customers will be dealing with a local Hamilton supplier, means we can assure them of quick deployment and rapid response to their changing and growing telecommunications and data management needs," said Mayor Bratina, who is also a Director of Hamilton Utilities Corporation.
About Hamilton Utilities Corporation
HUC is an infrastructure-based business with assets in electricity distribution (Horizon Utilities, serving Hamilton and St. Catharines), district energy systems based on cogeneration and geothermal technologies, as well as the operation of biogas generating plants.
The corporation is aligned with the City of Hamilton's Vision 2020 initiative of a strong, healthy and vibrant city, by promoting local solutions to environmental and development challenges through responsible stewardship, protection of natural resources, and the integration of its citizens into a sustainable social infrastructure.
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SOURCE: Hamilton Utilities Corporation
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