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Windstream Communications in Michigan
With headquarters in Little Rock, Ark., Windstream in Michigan is an S&P 500 communications and technology company with operations in 29 states and the District of Columbia and about $4 billion in annual revenues. What began as a rural telephone company in 1943, Allied Telephone Company has formed over the years to become a potential Fortune 500 company since their recent acquisition of Paetec.
Windstream in Michigan provides IP-based voice and data services, MPLS networking, data center and managed hosting services and communication systems to businesses and government agencies. The company also delivers broadband, digital phone and high-definition TV services to residential customers primarily located in rural areas and operates a local and long-haul fiber network spanning approximately 60,000 route miles.
Our executive team is dedicated to exceeding customer expectations, building a great team of employees and delivering financial results for our shareholders. With outstanding leadership skills, sound experience, deep expertise and diverse backgrounds, our leaders are paving the way to success. The Windstream in Michigan Corporation announced on August 1, 2011 that it had agreed to buy the broadband services provider Paetec Holding Corporation for $891 million, in a bid to build out its fiber network and cloud computing services.
“This transaction significantly advances our strategy to drive top-line revenue growth by expanding our focus on business and broadband services,” Jeffery R. Gardner, the chief executive of Windstream in Michigan, said in a statement. “The combined company will have a nationwide network with a deep fiber footprint to offer enhanced capabilities in strategic growth areas, including I.P.-based services, data centers, cloud computing and managed services.”
The deal comes as several telecommunications companies have made acquisitions to build out their broadband and data storage capacity as the shift to cloud computing gathers strength. “Financially, we improve our growth profile and lower the payout ratio on our strong dividend, offering investors a unique combination of growth and yield,” Gardner added.
“Our combination now creates a new Fortune 500 company with the financial strength and scale to compete and win against any other provider in the industry,” said Arunas Chesonis, chairman and CEO, of Paetec. “Together, with far denser network assets, an expansive fiber infrastructure, and larger data center footprint, I believe our brightest days are ahead.”
Earlier this year, Verizon agreed to buy the informational technology services provider Terremark for $1.4 billion. In April, CenturyLink announced the acquisition of the data storage company Savvis for $2.5 billion. Paetec shareholders will receive 0.460 shares of Windstream in Michigan common stock for each Paetec share owned under the terms of the agreement which was approved by the boards of directors of both companies. Windstream in Michigan expects to issue approximately 73 million shares of stock valued at approximately $891 million, based on the company’s closing stock price on July 29, 2011. Paetec shareholders will own about 13% of the combined company, which would have had revenue of $6.1 billion for the year ended March 31. Business and broadband services would have comprised about 70% of that revenue.
Windstream in Michigan offers their small business customers many different options. In fact they have so many different options that it seems the possibilities for business internet and phone services are endless! Along with business Ethernet and broadband, they also offer security packages to make sure that data loss (which could be disastrous for your business) never happens.
To protect your business computers from the growing risk of viruses, hackers and identity theft, Windstream in Michigan offers a Security Suite. With Windstream in Michigan Security Suite you get a comprehensive, easy-to-use service that allows your business to enjoy the Internet securely. Powered by McAfee, a leading provider of Internet security, Windstream in Michigan Security Suite gives you peace of mind to conduct business securely online.
Bring is money with Windstream in Michigan Credit Card Acceptance! Windstream in Michigan’s Credit Card Acceptance combines the speed of Windstream in Michigan and industry leadership of Chase Paymentech to provide small businesses like yours a quicker, more affordable way to accept credit cards.
Also, enhance your high-speed Internet connection with Windstream in Michigan’s Wireless Gateway. A one-box solution, Secure Gateway combines the features of a wireless router and an Internet modem, allowing your business to connect multiple devices using a single high-speed Internet connection. Windstream in Michigan also offers Web and E-mail hosting along with Domain Name Registration so you can run your own website. These days, if you don’t have a website, you don’t have a business!
With bundles including voice, data, and television, they have the right tools to satisfy any small business’ telecom needs, Windstream in Michigan has a lot of different options to make sure you don’t have to worry about your telecom needs again! Integral Choice helps you keep it simple! Contact us today at Integral Choice to see if Windstream in Michigan is the answer to your telecommunication needs!
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