Business Only Broadband Expands Business VoIP Functionality
Business VoIP and broadband solutions provider Business Only Broadband (BOB) has again teamed up with Tourtech, a provider of production IT support, VoIP and fan interaction Wi-Fi services to concert tours, music festivals and special events all over the world, in order to support the IT needs of the recently held Lollapalooza Music Festival at Grant Park in Chicago.
The partnership provided the business VoIP provider with a significant opportunity to expand the event- related division of its business.
“We are thrilled to have been chosen to be the Internet provider again for Lollapalooza, and expect the demand for these types of events to grow as the 'live' media streaming and other bandwidth intensive applications continues to increase in all of our markets," said CEO Alan Rosenberg, Business Only Broadband, in a statement.
Business Only Broadband (BOB) provides carrier-class, diverse wireless Metro Ethernet Data Network and Internet solutions to the financial, healthcare, hospitality, education, government and large enterprise sectors.
"We trust BOB to provide the reliability and flexibility in an Internet Service Provider that's required for a large venue event. Everything went flawlessly with the Lollapalooza Music Festival and thanks to the BOB team for all of their efforts, which helped to contribute to another successful event," added Founder Allen Cook of TourTech.
Recently BOB also provided 100 Mb of its EventCONNECT service to WindyCityRails in Chicago from September 6-7, 2012. WindyCityRails is produced by ChicagoRuby, a group of Ruby on Rails enthusiasts that sponsors events in downtown Chicago and the suburbs. Ruby on Rails powers some of the most successful technology companies on the planet, such as Groupon, Hulu, and Twitter.
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Edited by Jamie Epstein