Delivering Dark Fiber & Lit Services for Your Advanced Connectivity
Bandwidth changes everything and impacts both productivity and efficiency. Enterprises and network operators increasingly benefit from both dark fiber and lit service connectivity to address their hyper connected requirements. ExteNet customers looking for the extra bandwidth and having their own IT resources often opt for Dark Fiber which also provides the required redundancy in the network. Customers also seek managed and secure connectivity, including point-to-point (P2P) and point-to-multipoint (P2MP) dedicated fiber and ethernet service. In each instance, ExteNet has a solution via its carrier-class offerings.
We have a contemporary, dense and high-capacity fiber footprint in several markets which also provide national and international interconnectivity. Our robust 400Gbps capable backbone is optimally designed to ensure low-latency alongside carrier-class redundancy. Our optical wavelength service also delivers the much-needed low-latency while guaranteeing network diversity with quality of service (QoS) assurance. Our ethernet services include E-Line, E-LAN, E-Tree, and E-Access ensuring standards-based offerings.
Future-Proofing Your Network
Our goal in designing and delivering a high-capacity fiber grid is to ensure a future-proof network. We have a singular mission to deliver best-in-class connectivity solutions and fiber is an important enabler in our quest to be a trusted partner for our enterprise and carrier customers. We are technical experts and understand that the long pole in the delivery of advanced connectivity is often the fiber itself. We focus on building our outside and inside fiber plant with the additional strands needed to support future growth. Our dedicated NOC team is integral to our customer engagement process and our technical staff is available 24/7 to address all technical and operational needs.
Please contact us at email@example.com to discuss how we can serve your Dark Fiber & Lit Service needs and deliver your network of the future.