Buried Fiber Tag

TDS Telecom, an American Telecommunications company is helping to bring New Mexico up to speed. Rural cities in the United States still face some connectivity challenges. Socorro, New Mexico a beautiful and historic city located in the Rio Grande Valley with a population of slightly over...

Climate change is posing new challenges to cities all over the world. Learn how this fiber optic cable can assist with essential scientific research. Year after year temperatures have been rising in the Arctic. This has triggered a thawing in the icebergs, permafrost, and the degrading...

Our planet has a hidden fiber optical lines map that links the world wide web and makes everything we use the internet for possible… For decades, long-distance communication efforts relied on traveling via electrical cables. The data transmission would take a long time and would result...

Construction has begun on a long haul fiber network developing in the West. Zayo Group, a digital infrastructure and network solutions provider, started its new long haul fiber project which will span Denver, Colorado and Salt Lake City, Utah. This project is expected to be completed...

Much of the nation’s fiber-optic network was laid during the 1990s and early 2000s. Demand did not materialize as rapidly as expected, which resulted in billions, possibly trillions of dollars of unused fiber-optic cable buried across America. This fiber graveyard could be buried treasure and...