October 8, 2007
Consolidated Communications is offering a dark fiber network that runs through the Dallas/Fort Worth and Waco, Texas areas, strategically designed to serve growth markets that include central business districts, key technical enterprise corridors and major hotels.
As AT&T attempts to build its pre-divestiture empire, many companies face the daunting challenge of how to grow their business without relying on their biggest competitor for facilities, said a spokesperson. The solution is Consolidated Communications.
Originally built by TXU Communications to support its CLEC business model in 2004, Consolidateds state-of-theart fiber-optic network is rich in dark fiber and does not utilize AT&T right-of-ways or facilities.
Consolidateds available fiber includes Waco Central Business District, including fiber access to downtown and Baylor University; Dallas and Fort Worth, including DFW Airport, Alliance and Plano; and Temple to Killeen, Copperas Cove and Fort Hood, delivering access to the fastest-growing wireless RSA and to the largest U.S. armed forces staging area, provided to the U.S. government through General Services Administration.
The Dallas/Fort Worth fiber network currently has access to more than 25 key buildings, including major carriers such as the InfoMart at 1950 Stemmons, 2323 Bryan and 400 South Akard. Colocation space also is available at Consolidateds manned, main PoP at 400 South Akard.
Consolidated Communications www.consolidated.com
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