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TMCNet:  Minneapolis, MN Metro Ethernet Services, Dark Fiber Providers, Fiber Internet, T1 and DS3 Services to Surrounding Minneapolis Cities via SolveForce

[February 25, 2013]

Minneapolis, MN Metro Ethernet Services, Dark Fiber Providers, Fiber Internet, T1 and DS3 Services to Surrounding Minneapolis Cities via SolveForce

Minneapolis, Minnesota, Feb 25, 2013 (PRWeb.com via COMTEX) -- Technology is the wheel on which businesses run and needless to mention it has been changing at lightning speeds especially over the last few years. SolveForce is a dynamic company that keeps in time with the most recent changes in technology and it has now launched its amazing Minneapolis Ethernet services to Minnesota and cities in the surrounding areas. SolveForce is one of the first companies to create a website system that can solve almost all information and technology issues relating to discovering carriers and pricing. Partnering with several telecommunications carriers all over the world has enabled this one of a kind company to grow to unbelievable heights.

The main aim of SolveForce is to provide the entire Minnesota area with fast, reliable and secure Internet connection and services such as Dark Fiber Networks, Gigabit Ethernet, Fast Ethernet and Metro Ethernet service. Steve Sramek who is a specialist at the company has been heard saying, "SolveForce is a conduit between any Telecom projects and solutions that is quick and efficient while maintaining a high level of integrity." In addition to having an overly experienced team at its disposal, SolveForce provides its clients with the most efficient T1 line and T3 line services.

Now businesses in Columbia Heights that cannot afford expensive Bandwidth solutions have nothing to worry about. The SolveForce launch brings with it affordable Bandwidth options that will save companies in the area a lot of cash. This has been made possible by the associations that the company has with countless Cable Internet, Satellite Internet and DSL service providers in and out of the area. Because of its business partnerships, SolveForce can indulge companies in negotiations about bundle packages they are interested in and such often lead to the inclusion of extras such as Business VoIP that makes calling very cheap.

Unlike other competitor companies, SolveForce understands the need to have not just reliable internet but also a network system that is optimized to meet the needs of the company properly. This is why the company does analyses for businesses in Minneapolis to be able to tell who the best MPLS service provider is and why. Offices that have several branches within the Minneapolis area can benefit from the point to point lines service offered by SolveForce.

Business owners in Golden Valley, MN do not always understand why it is better to have one type of technology and not another. Well this is nothing to worry about. SolveForce takes the time to explain elaborately and only after thorough inspection of the building why it is better to have one system and not another. For instance they help companies to understand why Ethernet over fiber is better than Ethernet over copper service. This helps businesses make investments from an information based perspective.

SolveForce may be able to provide Fiber Optic Internet services to the list of following Minneapolis buildings if assets are available; IDS Tower, Capella Tower, Wells Fargo Center, 33 South Sixth, Campbell Mithun Tower, US Bank Plaza I, RBC Plaza, Fifth Street Towers II, Ameriprise Financial Center, Target Plaza South, Plaza VII, The Carlyle, US Bancorp Center, AT&T Tower, Accenture Tower, Foshay Tower, CenturyLink Building, 50 South Sixth, Hennepin County Government Center, LaSalle Plaza, Canadian Pacific Plaza, Marriott Hotel City Center, Fifth Street Towers I, Minneapolis City Hall, McKnight Tower Apartments, 100 Washington Square, Marquette Place Apartments, 110 Grant Apartments, US Bank Plaza II, McGladrey Plaza, La Rive Condominiums, Rand Tower, Churchill Apartments, and IVY Hotel + Residences.

About SolveForce Ron Legarski is the founder of the SolveForce Company and he began this company in the year 2004. SolveForce began as an audit company and provided consultations to companies but it has since grown into a huge telecom service provider. The company has received several nominations including the customer's choice award 2011 and this has improved customer confidence in the company.

SolveForce.com LLC can be reached at (888) 765-8301 via toll free or visit their website at http://www.solveforce.com Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/minneapolis-mn-ethernet/fiber-internet-service-ip/prweb10465082.htm PRWeb.com

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