Pistons choose 123NET for network services

DETROIT–123Net, a Michigan-based internet service provider, announced a new partnership with the Detroit Pistons, naming 123Net as the Pistons network service provider.

This collaboration aims to improve the communication infrastructure at the heart of the Pistons’ operations at the Henry Ford Detroit Pistons Performance Center.

“Teamwork thrives on seamless connectivity, and our partnership with 123Net ensures a resilient digital ecosystem that will elevate the experience for our team and global fanbase,” said Paul Rapier, vice president of IT for the Pistons. “123Net boasts a proven track record in delivering top-tier internet and connectivity services to businesses and communities statewide. We are excited to welcome 123Net to our team, enhancing our capabilities further.”

123Net has over 25 years of working with Michigan’s top businesses and continues to invest in infrastructure to bring improved connectivity to more local communities.

“The Pistons were searching for a local Michigan partner, and 123Net brings a home court advantage to the table. The Pistons can be confident that 123NET has the ability and expertise to immediately assist the team with technology and customer services that go well beyond what national providers offer,” said Dan Irvin, 123Net CEO. “123Net is excited to see this partnership come to life and we look forward to cheering from the stands this season.”

For more information about 123Net, visit www.123.net.

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