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BTI Systems has announced that KAMO Electric Cooperative Inc. (Kamo Power) has selected BTI's Mobile Backhaul, Carrier Ethernet Business Services, Cloud Data Center Connectivity and Metro Packet Optical Networking solutions to deliver new services to its service provider, business and regional customers.

Headquartered in Vinita, Okla., KAMO Power is a generation and transmission cooperative serving 17 member distribution cooperatives throughout northeast Oklahoma and southwest Missouri. According to BTI, the utility company needed a telecommunications technology partner to help it architect a high-performance network capable of delivering offerings including mobile backhaul, Ethernet business and wavelength services.

"KAMO is the quintessential next-generation utility company - leveraging existing fiber assets to accommodate increased traffic demands, improve performance and optimize this new market opportunity," says Steve Waszak, president and CEO of BTI. "By transitioning to a packet optical-based network with BTI, KAMO will achieve significant competitive advantage while minimizing impacts on network planning and operations and containing capital expenditures."


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