It’s time for a quick roundup of some US infrastructure news:
Allied Fiber unveiled another of its regional dark fiber customers along the east coast of Florida yesterday. Palm Coast’s FiberNET network, which stretches along some 50 miles of roadway in the territory between Daytona Beach and St. Augustine and hooks up city facilities, schools and businesses along the way, has built a lateral in Bunnell to hook up to Allied’s recently launched infrastructure. The new fiber connection has been leveraged already by QCS Telecom.
TDS Telecommunications says it has boosted its VoIP capabilities. They have launched an expanded multi-location service, stretching its managed IP hosted and trunking services such that it now reaches behond their own footprint. TDS operates US Cellular, OneNeck IT Solutions, and Bend Broadband in addition to its TDS Telecommunications business, and somehow manages to stay under the radar much of the time.
At Cisco Live, Cisco’s Intercloud got a new data center and cloud member. QTS has joined the Cisco Intercloud Fabric, giving the data center REIT a new ecosystem in which to sell its combination of colo space and cloud services. Cisco’s Intercloud is its latest attempt to stay on top of an ever-changing tech and telecom marktplace, a task they have done far better than most over the past few decades.
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