(New York, New York--February 28, 2014) Allied Fiber LLC, the first integrated, network-neutral colocation and dark fiber company in the United States, announces today that its CEO and Founder, Hunter Newby, is scheduled to speak at two upcoming industry events: the 9th Annual Pacific Crest Emerging Technology Summit and Telecom Exchange West.
will present at the 9th Annual Pacific Crest Emerging Technology Summit, taking place March 4 in San Francisco. He will address technology leaders from around the world and describe how Allied Fiber
and its developments are impacting the marketplace. Attendees will learn about the construction milestones the company is projecting for this year, as well as updates on Allied Fiber’s network-neutral colocation facilities, with anticipated customer and vendor deployments of 100G and 400G DWDM systems.
“The opportunity for Allied Fiber to speak at this conference reflects the importance and attention being given to the creation of unique dark fiber routes in the U.S.,” comments Newby.
The 9th Annual Pacific Crest Emerging Technology Summit will broadcast the panel live on March 4 at 11 a.m. PST. Register to attend here
At Telecom Exchange West
, taking place March 6 in Denver, Mr. Newby will participate as an expert panelist for the event’s CEO Roundtable, “The Net Neutrality Ruling: Uncharted Territory.” The panel will center on the topical debate, and current lack of legislative mandates and rulings, on net neutrality that have captured the interest of the country.
“We have achieved many significant milestones during the past year,” comments Newby. “Telecom Exchange is an ideal setting for our team to provide insights on what these achievements mean to our current and future customers and partners.”
About Allied Fiber, LLC
Allied Fiber was created as the first integrated, network-neutral colocation and dark fiber company in the United States. Allied Fiber offers a combined long-haul and multi-access point, short-haul fiber optic system coupled with its own colocation facilities providing direct access for all network operator types. Established in 2008, the Allied Fiber system is designed to link the international subsea cable landing points in the United States while also providing intermediate access along the route for the inclusion of local networks in to the global network architecture. By managing communications infrastructure as a real estate business for network operators the company has developed a unique platform that enables its customer’s growth and profitability, which drives its own. Follow Allied Fiber on LinkedIn
or visit http://www.alliedfiber.com