New York, NY– September 27, 2011 — Allied Fiber, the owner, builder and operator of a network-neutral, dark fiber cable system announces that its CEO, Hunter Newby will participate in a panel and the Light Reading Backhaul Strategies for Competitive Carriers summit at the upcoming COMPTEL PLUS Fall 2011 Convention & EXPO, October 2-5, 2011, at the Gaylord Palms Hotel and Convention Center in Orlando. Hunter will speak on Monday, October 3 at 1:30 pm on the panel entitled “Fiber: A Sector Involves” and also on Tuesday, October 4 at 12:05 pm for Light Reading’s “Backhaul Challenges with LTE” discussion.
The COMPTEL PLUS Convention & EXPO is a networking event for innovative
communications companies and their supplier partners. COMPTEL PLUS provides attendees with the opportunity to learn about new products, services and industry trends as well as meet potential customers and do business. Light Reading’s Backhaul summit, colocated at the COMPTEL PLUS convention, will serve as a guide for the myriad of choices and decisions backhaul providers must make when planning to serven the 3G and 4G wireless network operators.
“Allied Fiber looks forward to participating at COMPTEL’s upcoming convention,” states Hunter Newby, CEO of Allied Fiber. “The topics of fiber and wireless backhaul are very important to Allied Fiber as we build Phase I of our dark fiber system. These panels allow for industry leaders to come together and discuss the latest trends in an open forum environment, providing mutual benefits for attendees as well as panelists. Its an honor to be part of these necessary discussions.”
Allied Fiber is employing the most advanced fiber optic cables in its multi-duct dark fiber system to meet the ever-increasing bandwidth demands for wireless, Video over IP and other advanced technologies. This necessary dark fiber system, which will unite communities along its route across the continental US, is being created to address America’s need for more broadband access, wireless backhaul, data center distribution and lower latency communications services.
To schedule a meeting with Allied Fiber while at the conference, email firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information on Allied Fiber, please visit www.alliedfiber.com.
About Allied Fiber
Allied Fiber owns, builds and will operate its own network-neutral, fiber optic cable system, connecting sub-sea landing points, cell towers, data centers, carrier hotels, colocation huts, enterprise buildings, schools and governments with next generation, long-haul and short-haul dark fiber. This necessary dark fiber network, planned to unite along its route the continental United States, is created to address America’s need for more broadband access, wireless backhaul, data center distribution and lower latency communications services. Allied Fiber is employing the most advanced fiber optic cables in its multi- duct dark fiber system to meet the ever increasing bandwidth demands for wireless, Video over IP and other advanced technologies thus enabling the development of the Global Broadband Economy for the United States. For more information, please visit www.alliedfiber.com.
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