Southwest Fiber Backbone

Southwest Fiber Backbone

United States

Arcadian plans are for a longhaul fiber backbone built along newly diverse routes connecting up much of the US southwest. Phase 1 will connect Phoenix with Denver and Salt Lake City by going through and offering connectivity to the territory of the Navajo Nation. It is a 1,300 mile project that will require some 23 colo/regen locations. Phase 2 targets the fiber-poor I-40 corridor to connect Los Angeles and Dallas via Flagstaff, Abuquerque, and Lubbock.

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