USCS signs networking pact with Qwest

Jan. 1, 2008
Qwest Communications International Inc has signed a multi-year data networking agreement with United States Cold Storage Inc (USCS), a public refrigerated

Qwest Communications International Inc has signed a multi-year data networking agreement with United States Cold Storage Inc (USCS), a public refrigerated warehousing and third-party logistics company based in Voorhees NJ.

As primary data networking provider, Qwest will connect 30 USCS storage and distribution centers in 12 states with Qwest iQ Networking Services wide-area network (WAN) system. USCS will use iQ Networking to transfer critical data over Qwest's secure network as it stores, tracks, and ships six billion pounds of temperature-sensitive foods each year.

USCS is also taking advantage of Qwest's Integrated Management service. Integrated Management allows USCS to focus on its core business while Qwest manages its data network.

Visit www.qwest.com/largebusiness for more information about Qwest's enterprise services.

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