Padtec Recognized by Lightwave with Highest Rating

By |2015-03-20T10:14:45-05:00March 20th, 2015|Categories: awards, business awards, carrier, cloud, cloud computing, Data Center, Data Center Connectivity, IT, jsa blog, JSA Clients, Optical Networking, Optical Transport, Padtec, Tech Awards, Technology, Telecom, telecom awards, telecom industry blog, telecom news, telecom news blog, Telecom News Now, Telecommunications, Terabyte|Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , |

Padtec, a global manufacturer and solutions provider of turnkey optical solutions, announces today it received Lightwave’s highest rating of 5.0 for its Terabit Optical Transport Network (OTN) Muxponder in the 2015 Innovation Awards. The Innovation Awards are Lightwave’s technology innovation recognition program, which ranks companies that drive improvements and innovation in optical technology. Complimenting Padtec’s carrier-class [...]

24/7 Mid-Atlantic Network Re-launches Company

By |2012-02-23T08:00:48-05:00February 23rd, 2012|Categories: bandwidth, Broadband, carrier, colocation, Conferences, dark fiber, Data Center, economy, enterprise, Ethernet, Events, fiber, Internet, managed services, mobile, network growth, technology trends, Telecom, telecom conference, Telecommunications, wireless|Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , |

24/7 Mid-Atlantic Network is re-launching its company under new ownership. The high-capacity transport and fiber network provider serving the Baltimore, Washington, D.C. metro and Delmarva Peninsula, has been purchased by GRI Fund L.P., a Baltimore based investment group. 24/7 Mid-Atlantic Network will use its existing fiber rich network to offer an extended line of services including [...]

Zayo Expands Its Northeast Route with a High-Capacity Regional Network

By |2012-02-21T08:12:09-05:00February 21st, 2012|Categories: bandwidth, Broadband, carrier, colocation, dark fiber, economy, enterprise, Ethernet, fiber, Internet, mobile, network growth, technology trends, Telecom, Telecommunications, wireless|Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , |

Zayo Group is expanding its Northeast route to include a high-capacity, regional network for Ethernet and Wavelengths transport. Zayo’s Northeast expansion will provide transport services at speeds of 1Gigabit, 2.5Gigabit and 10Gigabit per second with a total network capacity of 800Gigabits. The new network will provide services between Ashburn, VA, Chicago, IL, Cleveland, OH, New York, [...]

Hibernia to Attend Capacity Middle East 2012

By |2012-02-16T09:38:10-05:00February 16th, 2012|Categories: bandwidth, carrier, Content Delivery, economy, enterprise, Ethernet, Events, Internet, Meetings, Middle East, network growth, Submarine Cable Network, technology trends, Telecom, telecom conference, Telecommunications, Transatlantic Cable, Wholesale Carrier|Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , |

Hibernia Atlantic has been addressing the recent rising demand for transatlantic transport services originating out of the Middle East region for peering in the US. To discuss the latest developments of these trends, Hibernia Atlantic executives will be attending Capacity Middle East 2012 February 20-22 in Dubai. Capacity Middle East brings together top executives in the [...]

XKL Teams Up with the Washington Stealth to Raise Money for Northwest Harvest

By |2011-04-11T09:50:21-05:00April 11th, 2011|Categories: dark fiber, Events, Low-Latency Network, Optical Networking, technology trends, Telecom, Telecommunications, Wholesale Telecom|Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , |

XKL, LLC and the National Lacrosse League’s Washington Stealth team have been raising money and collecting food donations over the past few months to help raise funds and awareness for the Northwest Harvest food bank. Northwest Harvest is the only non-profit food bank distribution center operating statewide in Washington with a network of over 300 food [...]

Moore’s Law and IP Transit and Transport Pricing

By |2010-02-08T22:42:26-05:00February 8th, 2010|Categories: Blogs, Broadband, cloud computing, Ethernet, General, Global Telecommunications, IP transit, JS&A News, Telecom, Telecommunications, Virtualization, Wholesale Carrier, Wholesale Telecom|Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , |

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.