Medford, OR: InfoStructure, a southern-Oregon based telecommunications and Internet provider, announced that they have been awarded a multi-location telecommunications contract with Jackson County Library District (JCLD). This contract covers thirteen different JCLD locations in southern Oregon.
On the company’s recent contract award, InfoStructure owner Jeff Rhoden states, “This has been a long-term collaborative effort that we have invested many hours in to complete. InfoStructure is very excited to be a larger part of JCLD’s day-to-day operations and looking forward to assisting them with their telecommunication goals for years to come.” JCLD Executive Administrator Lisa Marston says, “The Library District is committed to partnering with local businesses like InfoStructure that offer competitive pricing and service.”
InfoStructure continues to emerge as a successful player in the IP Cloud space, leveraging the power of the Internet and the many voice and data services that it hosts within its network. In business since 1994, the company has managed to flourish through the economic storms and steadily grow its workforce, its customer base and its bottom line.
InfoStructure represents a new generation of telecommunications providers harnessing the power of the Internet and providing network services for small and medium businesses in the Western US. In business for over 20 years the company started as an ISP providing Internet access in southern Oregon, and by 2003, it transitioned into voice services as a CLEC (competitive local exchange carrier) and began offering traditional business and residential phone services. By 2007, InfoStructure began developing its fully redundant IP network and offering business VoIP. Today the company offers a wide range of IP voice and data services, as well as traditional telephone and Internet services.