Optical Communications Group (OCG), a competitive fiber transport provider offering services throughout New York's five boroughs and parts of New Jersey, on Tuesday said that it kept its network running during Hurricane Sandy and is assisting area businesses and service providers with various connectivity options to help them restore or enhance their communications and backup systems.
Cross River Fiber, an emerging dark fiber provider, on Wednesday announced that it is building a low-latency fiber connection into Telx's colocation facilities in Clifton, N.J. to target new opportunities in the financial trading industry.
Spread Networks, a privately owned network provider known for its low latency and dark fiber networks, is adding a 100G flavor to its service portfolio, deploying the technology on its Chicago-to-New York fiber backbone and powering it with ADVA Optical's FSP 3000 optical hardware.
Louisville, Colo.-based Zayo Group is at it again with plans to acquire dark fiber services provider FiberGate. The acquisition of the Washington, D.C. metro area provider will add 130,000 fiber...
The never-ending hunger for higher speed broadband wireline- and wireless-based data services is driving new dark fiber services revenue. New data from IBISWorld revealed that by the end of 2012 dark
Fibertech, a fiber-centric alternative service provider operating in the Eastern and Central regions of the U.S., has put the finishing touches on its fiber expansion effort in Indianapolis, Ind.
Optimum Lightpath is giving its bandwidth hungry customers that want dark fiber, but don't want to manage that kind of a network, a new Private Fiber Service. Targeting large enterprises and
Cross River Fiber, a dark fiber provider, is driving more of the low latency networking craze by providing what it claims to be the shortest route between 1400 Federal Boulevard in Carteret and 165
Cross River Fiber, an emerging dark fiber provider based in New Jersey, has added Mike Sevret and Jim Martini to its growing management team. Sevret, who comes to the CLEC from Optimum Lightpath
Internet2 and the U.S. Department of Energy's (DOE) Energy Sciences Network (ESnet) have put the finishing touches on their transcontinental 100G network. Taking advantage of the coherent optical