Telefonica Signs Agreement With Allied Fiber
The agreement will extend Telefonica’s capacity network in the United States.
Telefonica Global Solutions together with Allied Fiber have signed a 20-year agreement for dark fiber in the United States, as well as neutral colocation and interconnection services which will strengthen Telefonica’s International infrastructures in America.
The following agreement provides Telefonica with dedicated access and use of its own physical network infrastructure within the Allied Fiber system enabling greater control of service provisioning, network scalability and costs. The Allied Fiber Southeast segment covers more than 360 miles throughout the State of Florida and was built specifically to serve network operators of all types including, national, regional and metro carriers, as well as submarine cable networks.
Telefonica is present in America throughout its state of the art submarine cable Sam-1 connecting USA and Latin America and its brand new PCCS cable system that covers 3,700 miles and allows Telefonica to diversify the access points to the USA, increase the connectivity with Colombia, Ecuador and Central America and offer a better service to its MNC´s and Wholesale customers in terms of capacity, security and network diversity.
“With this infrastructure, Telefonica will increase reliability and diversity through its global network. This will result in improved quality of experience for final customers” states Serafin Borrego, IT, network and platforms director within Telefonica Global Solutions.
"Telefonica is a marquee customer for Allied Fiber” comments Hunter Newby, CEO of Allied Fiber. "We are very pleased to have this relationship with such an established global service provider and we look forward to working with them in the future," added Hunter.