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Pavlov Media breaks record for network construction

CHAMPAIGN, Ill., Nov. 6, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Pavlov Media, one of the nation's largest private providers of broadband services to multifamily real estate owners, today announced the firm has broken its own internal record for deployment of Internet and video networks.  Pavlov Media built networks to 13,945 beds during the prime summer construction season and completed development and construction to more than 16,000 beds for the year.

"This record deployment happened because of the expertise of our construction services, engineering and field operations team members, as well as the dozens of outstanding low-voltage contractors Pavlov Media works with daily across the nation," said Glenn Meyer, President of MDU services for Pavlov Media.  "We built out to more apartments and more beds than ever before and set a pace that is well ahead of industry standards for construction. We are grateful for the trust that our customers place in us to deploy and operate their broadband networks"

Some basic facts of Pavlov Media's record deployment:

  • 187,000 feet of Cat5e (35 miles) used in construction
  • 81,000 feet (15 miles) of Fiber Optic placed
  • 3,174 Access Point radios for wireless networks
  • Seven new video headends installed for cable television networks

About Pavlov Media:

Pavlov Media, founded in 1994 and headquartered in Champaign, Illinois, is one of the nation's largest private providers of broadband services (Video, Data and Voice) to multi-family real estate owners.  In addition, the company, through its citywide and regional networks, offers commercial grade services in several of its larger markets.  Pavlov Media operates in 140 markets throughout the country.  For more information, visit www.pavlovmedia.com/.     

SOURCE Pavlov Media

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