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SDN can now be found in a new location: The Sioux Falls Airport

  
  
  
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The Sioux Falls Regional Airport recently added a new perk for travelers: a business lounge.  SDN is proud to announce that it is the sponsor of the new business area featuring multiple workstations to plug in electronics and lounge seating with a TV.

Uptime Campaign- See SDN's Newest TV Commercials

  
  
  
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SDN's Uptime Campaign: A Closer Look at the Microsite

  
  
  
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I'm sure you've been seeing the new SDN commercials on tv. And you've been seeing our new print ads, online ads, and hearing our radio spots. What exactly does Uptime mean? Check out our Uptime microsite to learn more.

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Lights, Camera, Action!

  
  
  

When you think of telecommunications, a theatrical stage isn't the first thing that comes to mind. Neither does a troupe of actors. But that didn't stop SDN from featuring both in its newest ad campaign. SDN collaborated with Prairie Repertory Theatre to put together a team of actors that appear throughout the campaign. The actors bring telecommunications technology to life, role playing not only common pain-causing office situations, but even the technology itself. The campaign showcases the key benefit of working with SDN: a reduction in technology "pain." In an office, this pain may come in many forms, such as inadequate bandwidth, slow Internet, poor phone systems or inefficient networking. By working with SDN, the pain can be alleviated by:

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New TV Spots? Results Are Swimmingly Good

  
  
  

Sharks aren’t natural to the South Dakota prairie, but they’ve become part of our office environment at SDN.

What's with the shark?

  
  
  

There’s nothing funny about telecommunications. It’s straight forward, serious. Dare I say even a little geeky? It’s a reputation well earned. After all, we all rely on the telecommunications geek factor to keep the work world turning. The phones, our computers, and the Internet demand reliability.

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