07 Feb GigaBeam Complements Allied Fiber's Dark Fiber Network
GigaBeam offers fixed wireless communications equipment as well as design and implementation services of fixed wireless networks. Through its flagship product, the GI-CORE, the company can provide Gigabit Ethernet (1.25 gbps duplex) payloads. The company also offers a range of options from 10 mbps to 1,000 mbps, in spectra from 2 to 90 GHz including licensed and unlicensed, point-to-point and point-to-multi-point configurations, mesh and WI-Max.
Allied Fiber on the other hand provides dark fiber through its ‘All-Access Network.’ The first phase of the network provides the shortest path between New York and Chicago as well as Ashburn, VA. Currently under construction, the first phase is expected to be completed in the late summer of 2010.
The complementing networks illustrate the ease of interconnetivity between Allied’s Dark Fiber Network and GigaBeam’s Broadband Wireless Network from a number of tower’s along the route. This interconnectivity solution illustrates the ease of use between dark fiber networks and broadband wireless networks, solving backhaul connectivity issues along its path. Below is an illustration of the interconnetivity between Gigabeam’s network – highlighting its key products Gi-CORE, Gi-MAX, Gi-LINX and Gi-FLEX.
By utilizing the appropriate wireless technology proper design practices, a hybrid network comprised of GigaBeam Broadband Wireless Solutions and Allied’s Dark Fiber Network will create a viable backhaul and middle mile infrastructure which will extend the reach of broadband whether in an urban/suburban setting or in a rural environment.
For more information about Allied Fiber and its ‘All-Access’ Dark Fiber Network – visit www.alliedfiber.com