Achelea Global Networks has begun the engineering and construction of its fiber rings and routes in North Carolina as well as in Georgia and California. These routes will have global reach capabilities and support the latest in technologies. The initial phase of this state-of-the-art, low-latency fiber optic network build will include fiber rings around Charlotte, NC; Georgia and California and construction routes that include Charlotte to Kings Mountain to Asheville, NC; and a diversity route around Kings Mountain, NC; and Charlotte to Raleigh/Durham.

It is anticipated that as Achelea’s network evolves it will service a minimum of 1 million customers nationally with a global reach. Achelea Global Networks designed and positioned this network to solve many of the bandwidth problems that these regions are currently facing today. Although Achelea Global Networks is lighting fiber rings around major cities, their target areas also include areas that are considered to be rural, underserved, and un-served.

Several segments and routes of this network are expected to be complete during 4th quarter 2012 and 1st quarter of 2013. However, as segments and routes of this network are completed they will be made available to the public.

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