CLAWSON — Clawson-based Telegration Inc. and Kalamazoo-based Lynx Network Group this week announced that Telegration would begin selling telecommunications services on Lynx’s high-capacity statewide fiber network in Michigan.

“This partnership will bring our state-of-the art fiber network to the customers of Telegration in additional areas of Michigan,” said Lynx co-owner Gerald Philipp. “More importantly, we have two Michigan based companies working together as a catalyst to help Michigan based companies compete on a global scale with the latest in communication technologies.”

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Dennus Raue, president of Telegration, said his company and Lynx “have been doing business together for years. Their recent build out in Michigan makes for a good match for our customer and agent bases. We look forward to marketing their services.”

Lynx provides a comprehensive suite of communication solutions in the Michigan market. Lynx’s fiber network connects major metropolitan areas as well as reaching into some of the most rural un-served and underserved areas of the state — offering communication options to businesses that up until now, had limited or no affordable options.

Lynx has been providing communication services to rural businesses, ISP’s, wireless and cellular providers for 10 years. Today Lynx customers all over Michigan can benefit from the same fiber communication solutions that were once only available in Grand Rapids, Ann Arbor, Lansing and Detroit.

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Lynx has deployed more than 1,500 miles of fiber optics in Michigan utilizing the latest DWDM (Dense Wave Division Multiplexing) technologies.

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Founded in 1990, Telegration provides network services to more than 30,000 customers, including Fortune 500 corporations, cities, government agencies, and other organizations. It offers a complete range of local, long distance, and Internet services from the industry’s leading providers including AT&T, Charter Business, US Signal, TDS Metrocom, XO Communications, Paetec, Time Warner Cable Business Class, TNCI, Cbeyond, inContact, and others. Telegration also provides its own private-branded long distance services for voice, video and data applications using the TNCI and Verizon networks.

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