19 August 2016 - US-based dark fiber network owner Strome Fiber Holdings, LLC has acquired network and colocation assets of New York-based bankrupt dark fibre
network developer AF-Southeast, LLC, the company said.
Expression of Interest for Optical Dark Fibres
Network Rental, for UNOG (SC 1000179057)
is the name given to a fibre circuit where the client connects their own network equipment to deliver whatever bandwidth is required and not incur a bandwidth related charge.
Analysing the offers, the research revealed that to some extent, dark fibre
is not a standard commercial product and is rather offered on-demand.
This year, investment is a core theme and delegates can hear from leaders in this focused sector on subjects such as the return on investment that dark fibre
provides and the impact this has on pricing strategies.
The deal will see CityFibre installing dark fibre
backhaul connections to mobile masts across both EE and Three's networks, which it said will help enhance network performance capabilities, and offer long term cost efficiencies.
Zayo, a provider of fibre-based bandwidth infrastructure and network-neutral colocation services, said today that it has entered into a long-term dark fibre
agreement with T1Company, a provider of high-speed dedicated access and hosted Cisco VoIP services.
The event will also act as a forum for recommendations and regulatory changes that the industry sees as necessary, assess investment is a core theme and the perspective of Dark Fibre
as an asset, and its ROI, review the Dark Fibre
cost stack and its impact on pricing strategies, and look in detail at customer segments, and geographic areas offering new growth opportunities including central and eastern Europe, Balkans and Turkey and Africa.
New opportunity for Dark Fibre
is emerging both inside the metro and also in connecting rural business parks, enterprises and data centres outside city centres.
Research to be published by consulting company BroadGroup reveals that in both western markets and in emerging central and eastern Europe, demand for dark fibre
is experiencing new growth.
In this, the first assessment of Dark Fibre
markets in Europe and Eastern Europe for many years, the study identifies key players, reveals current market trends, pricing, demand, emerging customer segmentation and forecasts for future development and growth.
is available for sale or lease to licensed operators who wish to establish an optical network between their own locations and networks.