A New Microwave Backhaul Network Philosophy– as Reported by AGL Magazine
Posted: December 14th, 2010 - 5:47pm in Blogs, Broadband, Broadband Stimulus, colocation, Commercial Real Estate Technology, dark fiber, Data Center, data center construction, data network services, Ethernet, Global Telecommunications, JS&A News, Low-Latency Network, Optical Networking, Portfolio - Public Relations, technology trends, Telco 2.0, Telecom, Telecommunications, Wholesale Carrier, Wholesale Telecom, wireless 2 Comments
Don’t miss this December’s issue of AGL Magazine. Richard Biby, Editor of the mag, wrote the following:
“Another company I’ve had the pleasure of being introduced to is Allied Fiber. Hunter Newby is its chief executive officer. I first heard about the genius of Hunter from some folks in the fiber space who were trying to find a way into the wireless arena. Hunter is billed as a visionary and industry leader who his former company, Telx, which provided a solution to the otherwise crazy cross connect industry that sprouted up around the time the newly independent CLEC community did.
Sure a CLEC could match its traffic up with anyone it wanted when customers were freed from having to buy service from Bell operating companies, but how would the new CLECs actually accomplish the task in the new, completely open, competitive marketplace? Hunter figured out a great natural solution at 60 Hudson Street in New York City in the 1990s.
Hunter took that success, examined the larger fiber community, and started Allied Fiber to bring the idea of a natural solution and the price and service competitiveness that goes with it to the larger marketplace. Support wireless telecommunications is not necessarily Allied Fiber’s end goal. The category of wireless telecommunications service providers is a significant user, but it does not represent Allied Fiber’s overly dominant customer.
I’ve come to know Hunter during the past year and I am extremely intrigued by Allied Fiber- so much that I am not going to require as much objectivity from this article as usual. I am allowing this article to be an unbridled plug for one company. And I, again, admit I’ve become a believer.”
So want to read Hunter’s complete article entitled “A New Microwave Backhaul Network Philosophy”, as published in this month’s AGL Mag issue? Click here: http://www.alliedfiber.com/documents/AGLDecember2010.pdf
For more information on Hunter Newby or Allied Fiber and/or to request an interview, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.