Company Expands Footprint To 903 Lit LOGIX SMART BUILDINGSSM With The Addition of 95 Buildings In Q2
HOUSTON, Texas — LOGIX COMMUNICATIONS, a fiber focused, integrated communications provider, announces record On-Net building additions through Q2 of 2014, as the company further expands its network footprint throughout Texas and Oklahoma. LOGIX‘s 2014 Q2 growth marks the second consecutive quarter of growth this year. Year to date, LOGIX has added 158 multi-tenant office buildings to its network, with 95 being added the second quarter.
“LOGIX’s unprecedented growth rate in the second quarter 2014 speaks volumes of our commitment to deliver the fastest Internet speeds to our customers. Our Network is rapidly growing to meet the increasing bandwidth demands of the marketplace,” comments Matt Asmus, CEO of LOGIX Communications. Asmus also said, “We added more than one new multi-tenant office building per day to our network, with an average size of approximately 200,000 square feet per building.”
The subsequent growth of this undertaking has been significant. LOGIX chose to focus on multi-tenant office buildings early on with the goal of ensuring the ability to deliver the most relevant solutions to its customers. Wiring buildings since 2000, the LOGIX network now includes 903 total SMART BUILDINGSSM.
LOGIX SMART BUILDINGSSM are multi-tenant, multi-story office buildings with wired broadband connectivity to the LOGIX Network. Additionally, as part of the LOGIX SMART BUILDINGSM solution, LOGIX will provide Wi-Fi to the common areas of the buildings. Josh Lack, Senior Property Manager with Transwestern Properties, says, “Making our properties LOGIX SMART BUILDINGSSM has been extremely beneficial to us and our tenants. It allows our new tenants to have immediate turn-up of their voice and Internet service – their Internet can actually be waiting for them before they move in! Everyone also enjoys the complimentary LOGIX Wi-Fi access in the lobbies and cafes. Also, property managers appreciate the fact that LOGIX supports and maintains the hotspots leaving one less thing for them to worry about.”