Parallel Infrastructure’s Fiber-Optic Network Boosts State Communication

The new fiber-optic network by Parallel Infrastructure along Florida’s east coast has been revolutionizing telecommunication in the state since it become operational this year.

Online PR News – 28-February-2014 – Jacksonville FL – Parallel Infrastructure LLC, a leading right-of-way (ROW) land management and communications infrastructure development company, had launched a new fiber-optic network along its right-of-way (ROW) corridor that runs along Florida’s east coast from Miami to Jacksonville. The new fiber optic network has modernized the telecommunications industry in Florida by offering increased speed and capacity.

Utilizing the latest technological advances in optical fiber cables, Parallel Infrastructure has provided a significant advantage to a number of companies over copper wire cables. The network is most suitable for high demand and long distance applications, which include transmitting telephone signals, Internet communication, and cable television signals. Fiber optics is a major building block in the modern telecommunication infrastructure. The high bandwidth capabilities and low attenuation characteristics make it ideal for companies such as telephone and wireless carriers, utility companies, cable companies, data centers, municipalities, and other educational and healthcare businesses that transmit large amounts of data on a regular basis.

Frank Chechile, CEO and President, Parallel Infrastructure, informed that “these new, low-latency strands can transfer large amounts of data faster and are in high demand.” The network will also be used to support the needs of All aboard Florida, the country’s first privately owned and operated intercity passenger rail that will provide service along Florida’s east coast.

“There are added economic benefits to expanding Florida’s broadband infrastructure,” added Chechile. “This project will not only create more jobs locally, but thanks to Parallel Infrastructure’s ability to combine two of the most sought-after assets in telecom—contiguous land and dark fiber—we are better positioned to attract more high-tech companies to the region and fuel the growth of existing companies.”

On account of its success and importance, the company is planning to construct similar fiber-optic networks along routes distributed across 22 states on behalf of a prestigious list of railroad landowners within the next two years.

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