Telergy's filing for bankruptcy protection will leave operations in Buffalo unchanged, the Syracuse-based telecommunications company said.
Telergy filed for Chapter 11 status on Friday, following deep layoffs and the company's inability to repay lenders.
The Syracuse-based company has three employees in Buffalo supporting technical operations and sales, spokesman Tim Carroll said.
"We still have ability to serve our customers -- traffic's still moving on our network," he said.
Telergy provides voice and data connections for institutions in Western New York, including Daemen College in Buffalo and United Memorial Medical Center in Batavia. Its fiber-optic lines are built along utility company rights-of-way.