TengoInternet, Ky. Parks Expand Relationship

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September 25, 2013 by   - () Leave a Comment

Wifi provider TengoInternet today (Sept. 25) announced an expansion of its two-year relationship with Kentucky State Parks. According to a press release, leading-edge WiFi networks were recently installed in two state park resorts with an additional four parks planned for installation in the coming months. These deployments follow 12 park installations over the past two years.

“The Kentucky State Park system is marveled as one of the premier systems in the U.S.,” said TengoInternet CEO Eric Stumberg. “Their beauty, versatility and amenities provide a wonderful experience for its visitors. Now they will enjoy additional Internet connectivity to add their enjoyment at the parks. KSP continues to invest in their guest experience and the economic sustainability of our WiFi offering makes a great return on investment.”

In 2011, the Kentucky Department of Parks, through a state-managed bid process, selected TengoInternet to provide WiFi services in one of the largest state park deployments that year. Under that agreement, TengoInternet provided turnkey network design, equipment procurement, network installation, network commissioning services and comprehensive managed network and guest services.

Just recently, networks were installed in Lake Barkley State Park Resort Lodge and Conference Center and General Butler Resort State Park Main Lodge and Conference Center. Networks at the following state resort parks will be installed in the coming months: Cumberland Falls, Kentucky Dam Village, Natural Bridge and Pennyrile Forest.

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