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Company Overview of Integra Telecom, Inc.
Integra Telecom, Inc. provides communication and networking services to enterprises, small and mid-sized businesses, government agencies, and carriers in Arizona, California, Colorado, Idaho, Minnesota, Montana, Nevada, North Dakota, Oregon, Utah, and Washington. It offers data networking and Internet solutions; managed and cloud services, including hosted and managed voice, cloud firewall services, collaboration and messaging, and online data storage; business continuity, communications, connectivity, and security solutions; colocation and equipment for enterprises; and voice solutions, such as SIP trunking, voice equipment, and conference calling. The company also provides network solution...
1201 NE Lloyd Boulevard
Portland, OR 97232
Founded in 1984
Key Executives for Integra Telecom, Inc.
Chief Executive Officer, President and Director
Co-Founder and Vice Chairman
President of Junior Achievement of Washington
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.
Integra Telecom, Inc. Key Developments
Integra Expands Security Portfolio, Offers Protection against Denial of Service Attacks with DDoS Mitigation Service
Oct 21 14
Integra introduced DDoS Mitigation Service. Using proven, technologies from Arbor Networks, Integra’s DDoS Mitigation Service automatically monitors network traffic to detect and mitigate distributed denial-of-service threats at the network edge, providing fully managed, off-premise protection for Integra customers’ network infrastructures and online presences. Denial-of-service attacks, in which malicious actors use massive volumes of network traffic to overwhelm the resources of a targeted network or site domain, are increasing in frequency. Integra’s DDoS Mitigation Service combines a remote, cloud-based approach to detecting these attacks with hands-on, 24/7/365 management from Integra’s network security experts to provide rapid response and complete mitigation of attacks as they begin, while still allowing valid network traffic in the midst of an attack. While extremely effective against viruses and other attacks against network resources, network firewalls are no longer sufficient protection against DDoS attacks, in part because they aren’t able to distinguish between malicious network sessions and those that are spoofed to appear legitimate. On-premises approaches to stopping DDoS attacks fall short because the customers’ own network resources are inevitably impacted by an attack. Integra's DDoS Mitigation Service provides a network-based solution that differentiates from on-premise solutions in that the carrier network absorbs the malicious traffic without impacting customers’ Internet bandwidth. For this and other reasons, network-based solutions offer a superior defense compared to on-premise solutions. Integra’s DDoS Mitigation Service joins the company’s Cloud Firewall Service to create a comprehensive portfolio of fully managed and hosted security services, providing customers multiple layers of carrier-class network security while keeping costs and required technical resources to a minimum. As with any Integra service, DDoS Mitigation Service can be bundled into customers’ service agreements with standard, predictable monthly pricing.
Integra Announces Executive Changes
Sep 8 14
Integra(TM) has named board member Robert Guth as interim CEO and president. Guth replaces Kevin O'Hara, who joined Integra's board in 2009 and served the company as CEO since 2011.
Integra Telecom Receives Second Contract from California Department of Technology
Jun 20 14
Integra Telecom has received a second contract from the California Department of Technology Statewide Technology Procurement Division as part of the CALNET 3 program for metropolitan area network, or MAN, ethernet, SONET ring connectivity, SONET point-to-point connectivity and managed internet services. In alignment with these categories, Integra will now offer its Ethernet Services, Private Line (SONET) networking and High Speed Internet services throughout California to state agencies and other participants in the CALNET 3 program. The contracts were awarded in phase two of the three-phase CALNET 3 initiative established to provide the next generation of telecommunications services to California state and local departments and agencies. The award makes Integra's high-bandwidth Ethernet Services, Private Line networking services and High Speed Internet services available to California government agencies and departments, as well as public sector and non-profit customers, through the CALNET 3 procurement process. In November, Integra received a contract for voice and data services as part of the initiative's first phase.
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