Direct Transit Routes - Fast Connections From Border to Border
With diverse routes from the Canadian border to Southern New Hampshire, and strategic partnerships that extend dark fiber capability north into New Brunswick and south directly into Boston, our Transit Routes have created exciting new options in the Northeast. Express Route customers can take advantage of a pre-engineered ‘shortest route’ from Boston to St. Steven, New Brunswick, including ReGen/Amp space in hardened sites at 100Km intervals along the route.
All Transit Routes Provide
- · Minimum (2) pair fiber commitment required.
- · SMF-28e fiber
- · Limited access buffer tube
- · Priority restoration
- · Hardened MFC Regen/Amp Sites at <100km intervals
- · (1) Full Bay per site with DC power, generator backup, HVAC and security
- · 7x24 monitoring of Regen/Amp sites
- · Pre-engineered on/off access points at ReGen/Amp sites
- · Specify the term length. 10 and 20 year leases available
- · Partial or full pre-payment options at NPV
- · All leased elements are captured in our engineering software and as a circuit
- · 2 Hour acknowledgement /24 hour restoration SLA
- · Shortest, most direct light path from the Canadian border crossing in Calais, ME to 1 Summer Street in Boston.
- · (12) in-line ReGen/Amp sites
- · Optional in-line Data Center access
- · Limited strand capacity (24) and ReGen/Amp site bays (6 per site)
NH Diversity – Madawaska to Berlin NH
- · Physically route diverse path from the Canadian border crossing in Madawaska, ME to 1 Summer Street in Boston.
- · (7) in-line ReGen/Amp sites (Maine)
- · Optional LEAF fiber (in Maine)
- · Limited ReGen/Amp site bay capacity (6 per site)