SRN (South Reach Networks) , announces that it has acquired the Florida-based fiber and colocation assets of Resurgence Infrastructure Group (Resurgence). The acquisition of this strategic network includes over 120,000 fiber miles of available capacity from Jacksonville to Miami, five neutral colocation facilities, key metro networks in Jacksonville and Boca Raton, Fla., and direct fiber connectivity to multiple submarine cable landing stations and data centers throughout the state.
Nokia and ExteNet Systems today announced their agreement to deliver a CBRS network for Cal.net, Inc., a wireless internet service provider based in Northern California, with internet speeds of up to 100 Mbps downlink and 20 Mbps uplink for Cal.net customers in rural and underserved regions.
Consolidated Communications, Holdings, Inc., (CNSL), a leading broadband and business communications provider, announced the completion of a year-long project to expand and upgrade broadband to businesses and residents of Brooklin, Maine.
Optical fibers are getting smaller and smaller to the deployment challenges raised by the applications. As telecom operators also started looking for high fiber count cables in reduced diameters, optical fiber and cable manufacturers have been investing in research and development to realize smaller fibers and cables. Prysmian becomes the first company to release a portfolio of cables that make use of optical fibers having a diameter of 180µm (micrometers). These cables will be deployed for FTTx and 5G networks.