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CONTERRA ANNOUNCES ACQUISITION OF TWO REGIONAL FIBER OPERATING COMPANIES

Combined Fiber Assets & Competitive Footprint Nearly Triple in Size

Charlotte, North Carolina—January 17, 2017:  Conterra Ultra Broadband Holdings, Inc. today announced the acquisition of two regional optical fiber-based broadband businesses in its two largest operating regions, exponentially expanding Conterra’s fiber footprint to more than 6,200 route miles and 355,000 fiber miles.  As a result of these transactions, Conterra now provides lit and dark fiber network services in seven primary states in the Southeast, Gulf Coast/Midwest and Western regions of the United States.   The company now serves more than 3,500 “On-Net” locations including more than 500 owned and operated communication towers that support school districts and wireless carriers from coast to coast. The combined fiber network infrastructure will also expand Conterra’s “Near-Net” customer opportunities by nearly 5,000 enterprises, multi-tenant buildings, State/local government agencies and additional wireless carrier towers.

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San Leandro Unified School District Makes Important Enhancements To Technology Infrastructure

SAN LEANDRO, Calif., November 1, 2016 — San Leandro Unified School District is pleased to announce the progress the district has made in technology implementation across all school sites and facilities. In partnership with the City of San Leandro and OSISoft, the district has undertaken ambitious plans over the past three years to update and expand important technology infrastructure that advances 21st century teaching and learning in the classrooms.

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Northside Independent School District, San Antonio, TX

Conterra Broadband Expands Fiber Presence in San Antonio with Long Term Agreement to Provide Fiber Optic Services to the Northside Independent School District.

Charlotte, NC and San Antonio, TX; October 22, 2016 – Conterra Broadband Services, a leading provider of private fiber-optic broadband networks, has announced that it has entered into a long-term agreement to deploy an all-fiber-optic network to support the data, video and voice requirements of the Northside Independent School District (“NISD”), San Antonio, Texas.

NISD serves approximately 106,000 students and 13,000 staff members.  The fast-growing school district is the largest in San Antonio and the fourth largest in the State of Texas covering over 350 square miles.
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South San Antonio Independent School District

South San Antonio Independent School District Lights up Their Schools, Committed to Technology and Learning, Partners with Fiber Optic Services Provider Conterra Broadband

New 10 Gigabit Fiber Network to connect over 11,000 students and faculty members

Charlotte, NC and San Antonio, TX; February 15, 2016 – Conterra Broadband Services, a leading provider of private fiber-optic broadband networks, announced today the lighting of a new all-fiber optic network to support the data, video and voice requirements of the South San Antonio Independent School District’s (“SSAISD”) 16 locations. The multi-gigabit fiber-optical network connects all of the district’s schools and administrative facilities to the South San Antonio ISD Data Center. The district serves approximately 9,854 students and 1,366 staff members.
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El Paso Independant School District

El Paso ISD, Committed to Technology and Learning, Announces Fiber Optic Services Partnership with Conterra Broadband

New multi-year 10 Gigabit Fiber Network to power 60,000 students and 9500 faculty Members

 Charlotte, NC and El Paso, TX; February 15, 2016 – Conterra Broadband Services, a leading provider of private fiber optic broadband networks, is pleased to announce the lighting of a new all-fiber optic network to support the data, video and voice requirements of the El Paso Independent School District’s (“EPISD”) 104 locations. The multi-gigabit fiber optical network connects all of the district’s schools and administrative facilities to the El Paso ISD Data Center. The district serves approximately 60,000 students and 9,500 staff members.
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