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C&W Networks enters 20-year agreement for capacity on Allied Fiber network in Florida
Announced Date: 10/12/2015 Published Date: 10/20/2015

Allied Fiber announced a 20-year indefeasible right of use (IRU) agreement with C&W Networks, one of the largest telecommunications service providers in the Caribbean region.

As a result of the partnership, C&W Networks will utilise colocation space and dark fibre from Allied Fiber in order to expand its route between Miami and Jacksonville.

C&W Networks will leverage Allied Fiber's recently completed Southeast Network to meet its customer demands for greater capacity, network diversity and more efficient service offerings. C&W Networks will have long-term use to two of Allied Fiber's express fibres, local fibres in North Miami, Boca Raton and Jacksonville and its five colocation sites.

The local fibres allow Cable & Wireless to connect its ARCOS-1, CFX, and PCCS submarine cables/landing stations in Florida to the Allied Fiber system.