Allied Fiber’s network-neutral, infrastructure “real estate” enables local government, education, healthcare and enterprise-level organizations throughout Florida and Georgia to reduce their operating expenses while increasing their network capabilities and performance by establishing a network access presence in one, or more of the Allied Fiber colocation facilities.
Allied Fiber’s neutral infrastructure enables regional service providers throughout Florida and Georgia to grow their network footprints and increase their reach in local markets by:
In order for a RSP to benefit for the program, RSPs are required to:
The program will bring significant economic benefits to the RSPs and the businesses and consumers they serve in their local markets. Connect with one of the Allied Fiber approved RSPs by completing a short form.
Allied Fiber is proud to partner with telecom network and technology managers, including hardware providers and colocation operators to further drive a cohesive educational platform to the marketplace. By working with the latest technology providers available, Allied Fiber can assist in lowest latency networking, mobile and Ethernet backhaul and middle mile networking.
Coriant’s FlexiGrid technology, hiT 7300 Multi-Haul Transport Platform has been established within Allied Fiber’s technology Showcase to show network operators how the Coriant solution works together with the Allied Fiber infrastructure to enable connections between access networks, including fiber and wireless, through to long-haul carrier, content and enterprise networks through points of interconnection within the Allied Fiber system. Allied Fiber’s Technology Showcase sits within its Southeast Florida segment that covers more than 360 miles throughout the state of Florida and is available to all third-party network operators.
The recent partnership with Allied Fiber allows Padtec to demonstrate its flagship DWDM platform, the LightPad i6400G, which supports metro, long haul, and ultra long haul architectures whilst enabling up to 13 Tbps across its coherent 100Gbps transponders.
The network designed by Padtec employs coherent 100Gbps transponders to light a dark fiber pair along the 356-mile route in Florida, between Jacksonville and Miami on Allied Fiber’s network. In order to ensure a single digital line segment on this route, Padtec is deploying its latest generation amplifiers that ensure extended span lengths via their very low noise figure. The solution is characterized by its high capacity, reliability, and flexibility, allowing hassle free network growth.
The Dark Fiber Community (DFC) is a resource for network operators to help solve planning, construction, operations and finance issues from numerous, reputable providers of all aspects of physical network infrastructure. With hundreds of Members already represented and more being added, the Dark Fiber Community serves as a unified and evolving portal for access to current information, pricing and contacts within this industry.Visit Website