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If you are a network operator looking for transport to a specific destination, or are just looking for new wholesale Internet Transit and or peering options here is a list of providers offering these network services.
The definition of "fiber" ranges as not all fiber is treated equally (sold as dark) around the world. In some places fiber may exist in a right of way, but it may be carrier-owned and not available for lease, or IRU as dark fiber. This distinction is incredibly important and makes all the difference for those building their own lit networks. Below is a list of known dark fiber providers in the world.
Building a fiber-based and, or wireless network? Assembled here are the best-of-breed Equipment Vendors to give you their top product recommendations. Read their specs, contact their experts and arrange a meeting.
Building a network, a data center, wireless tower, or any communications network infrastructure requires a plan and capital. This section lists companies that offer, or arrange for equipment leasing, data center and tower construction financing and working capital loans.
There are numerous industry associations, media companies, events and promotional groups established to assist network operators and vendors in achieving their goals. These entities serve a valuable purpose in shaping brand awareness and practice.
Do you need to have a fiber lateral, or sub-tending fiber ring built to reach wireless tower sites, data centers, teleports, existing MSO, RLEC, Community, Municipality, or other network's fiber? Maybe you need a new data center, or tower built and also need diverse dark fiber entrances? This section lists providers of these infrastructure services - everything from design, engineering, permitting to building, delivering and testing.
In this section are vendors who supply all products and materials for the construction and maintenance of fiber optic networks.
Neutral Colocation facilities are physical points of network interconnection that are not owned, or operated by a carrier, or service provider. They are where a multiplicity of disparate networks converge for the purpose of having proximity to each other so that they may directly connect. Contact the list below for access to these sites and to arrange for open interconnection to their network tenants.
Are you looking to acquire a property to develop as a data center, tower, or other network asset? Whether it is an existing data center, warehouse building, open land, or anything between the companies in this section can help you find what you need. The contacts we have at these firms know the value of dark fiber and its relationship to finding abundant and inexpensive utility power so that they may be integrated in to highly successful data center projects.
Now that you have your equipment vendors you might need some network support - particularly if your network will have nodes in areas miles from where you are physically located. In this section are vendors who provide everything from equipment installation, turn-up, testing, NOC services, on-site and call-out technicians and ongoing maintenance of equipment and network elements.
It is critically important to be represented by competent, experienced legal counsel. This section highlights telecom law professionals that can assist you in bringing together all of the pieces and getting the deal done right.
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