Enterprises are striving to maximize telecom services and budgets, looking for suitable solutions like dark fiber that provides benefits like cost savings over lit services and dedicated, virtually unlimited bandwidth.
Dark fiber also ensures optimum security for compliance and regulatory industries besides flexibility and scalability and the ability to design lowest possible latency routes.
Arch Fiber Networks specializes in offering secure dark fiber networking. In the St. Louis area, its network connects the downtown district to the nearby businesses and educational campuses and extends to the state of Illinois.
The company will be providing gigabit Internet connectivity at the Downtown T-REx co-working space on Washington Avenue. T-REx serves as an innovative co-working space and technology incubator in St.Louis.
The 10-year deal is expected to save about $3,500 per month in operating costs for T-REx which works out to nearly $420,000 for the entire period.
T-REx serves the needs of 90 startup companies and several entrepreneurs. Users will be benefiting from faster broadband speeds enabled by two dark fiber cables deployed by Arch Fiber. T-REx entrepreneurs will be able to develop their businesses further from the optimized broadband connectivity.
Dark fiber solutions from Arch Fiber Networks, ensures that users can deliver reliable connections to their respective customers. The fiber system connects neutral colocation carriers and central switching centers to many local office buildings in the St. Louis metro area.
The two types of dark fiber provided by Arch Networks are multi-mode fiber and single-mode fiber, which are deployed to users based on need and distances to be covered. Multi-mode fiber suits short transmission distances and is used in LAN systems and video surveillance.
The single-mode fiber is suited for longer transmission distances and is deployed for long-distance telephony and multi-channel television broadcast systems. Multi-mode fiber features numerous modes where light rays are carried simultaneously through the waveguide. Modes refer to the light that propagates in the fiber core at discrete angles within the cone of acceptance.
Edited by Maurice Nagle