FiberLink, LLC Completes Seven Dark Fiber Transactions in 2007
Chicago, February 2008
FiberLink, LLC successfully completed seven major transactions with new users of its dark fiber assets during its third year of operation in 2007 and expanded its assets into four more states. FiberLink sells dark fiber or provides connectivity services to telecommunications providers such as local telephone exchange companies, cable TV companies, ISP’s, wireless carriers and large business users.
During 2007, FiberLink completed transactions with a major worldwide internet content provider and regional fiber players, Iowa Network Services, Fiberutilities Group, Kentucky DataLink, among others. FiberLink will provide ongoing operations and maintenance services for those clients and collocation space along with the dark fiber. FiberLink is currently in active discussions with other prospective dark fiber users.
“We are especially pleased with the completion of a “fiber swap” with 360 Networks, which expanded our dark fiber reach south to St. Louis, Memphis, and New Orleans”, said FiberLink CEO , Kenneth D. Anderson.
FiberLink, LLC was formed in 2004 and acquired over 72 strands on 1,160 miles of fiber optic transmission assets extending from downtown Chicago to downtown Denver, connecting such population centers as Des Moines and Omaha and now from Chicago to New Orleans, through St. Louis and Memphis.
FiberLink is currently owned by three independent telephone exchange companies and Anderson Pacific Corporation, a Chicago private investment firm with extensive rural telecommunications holdings. FiberLink’s corporate and sales office is in Chicago, IL and its sales, operations, and administration offices in Omaha and Cambridge, NE.
Christopher J. Jensen
Director of Business Development
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Chicago, Illinois 60611