Allied Fiber provided solutions for network operators of all types.

Long Haul Dark Fiber

Long haul typically relates to fiber that runs between major city pairs. Allied Fiber offered long term, long haul routes to clients via three primary options: 20 Year IRU, Lease-to-IRU and Monthly Lease.

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Short Haul Dark Fiber

Allied Fiber’s short haul fiber routes were designed to be accessed every 60-miles through handholes along the route for the purpose of adding or dropping off network services in a particular area.

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Network-Neutral Colocation

The housing of transport equipment, servers and storage devices. Its purpose is to regenerate, or power boost, the light being carried in the fiber. Allied Fiber had placed network-neutral colocation facilities every 60-miles along the Short-Haul route. This was also a location for carriers to install equipment along the Allied Fiber route and perform the function of a meet me point for various networks.

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Network Operators

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Prefer operational and financial control of network. Dark fiber is a more customizable solution over lit services.


Access to a private network for unparalleled security.

Content Provider

Provides low cost network startup opportunities for the next Twitter or Facebook

Local Broadband Provider

Need connectivity to regional and long haul fiber networks. Distance from these networks is the key cost driver. Proximity to rural areas.

Subsea Network

Strengthen international infrastructure in the US

Are you a network operator, but do not fit the categories above? Contact us, and let us know what type of work you do.