Network provider Zayo Group have announced that they have finished building the 2000-mile dark fibre route from Dallas to Los Angeles in the U.S. With this route, Zayo aims to support upcoming data centers across the West Coast of America, in a bid to address latency and connectivity issues.
Zayo claims that enterprises in the U.S. have matured when it comes to cloud-based products as well as services. They say that this market understands the need for data centers and are aware of the role they play while accomplishing high-priority business goals.
By building a dark-fibre route from Dallas to Los Angeles, Zayo believe that they will be resolving network connectivity as well as latency issues for different kinds of businesses leveraging cloud-based data centers. They claim that this network will offer a full range of high-connectivity solutions, enabling 100G wavelength of service.
According to Zayo, the dark-fiber route will span across cities like Los Angeles, San Diego, Phoenix, Tucson, El Paso, Ft. Worth and Dallas. Speaking about the completion of dark-fiber route, Jack Waters, CTO and President of Fiber Solutions at Zayo, commented:
Zayo is committed to success-based investments in our network, and this expansion will help meet the high-bandwidth demands across many industries.
We continue to collaborate with key customers and construct critical strategic routes to ensure the availability of high-performance fiber and infrastructure.