Control. We all want control of our network and the solutions we offer to carry the data communications it enables. The only way a company can get full control is if they have the core, base fiber – ‘dark fiber.’ Dark fiber is the raw fiber, in the ground, along a specific route that is just waiting to be lit. It’s the Light, when the fiber is lit, that enables the carriage of data communications. Routes can be diverse, but the most control is on the electronics and equipment that companies use to light the fiber. With a variety of very capable and leading vendors to choose from – the control is all yours.
LEXENT METRO CONNECT PLANS EXPANSION OF ITS DARK FIBER NETWORK INTO TELX’S CLIFTON, NJ COLOCATION FACILITY A BOON FOR FINANCIAL NETWORKS, ALSO COLOCATED IN CLIFTON, WHO REQUIRE LOWEST LATENCY CONNECTIONS FOR HIGH CAPACITY TRADING IN AND AROUND THE CITY New York, New York – June 3, 2010 – Lexent Metro Connect, a leading provider of dark [...]
Jaymie Scotto & Associates Launches Telecom One-on-One, An Invitation-Only Power Networking Event to be held April 29 in NYC
Jaymie Scotto & Associates (JS&A), a full-service public relations and marketing firm with proven experience in delivering strategic branding, design and communications for the telecommunications industry, today announces the launch of Telecom One-on-One, a JS&A Power Networking Event that provides telecommunications executives with time-efficient networking opportunities to further expand their business. The first event will be [...]
The quarterly “power networking events” will be powered by JS&A’s sister company, DealCenter. Structured as a three-hour, 200-person event, this networking opportunity will be unlike any other in the industry. Participants will log into the online meeting system and pre-schedule 20-minute meetings, and arrive on-site, ready for “power networking”. JS&A will also provide a media match-up for its clients before the event, to further promote its clients’ latest news announcements.
I was reminded that Moore’s law is actually playing itself out within the IP transit and IP transport space. We have all seen the trends of IP transit price declining. As a matter of fact, discussions on a variety of LinkedIn Groups cite prices as low as $4 per mbps. During my days as the Director of IP Services at Band-X, Inc. I couldn’t make a decent profit if I sold transit below $100 per mbps - $4 seems absurd, but it’s not.