Minneapolis, MN (October 3, 2014) – Neutral Path Communications, the premier Carrier Neutral Dark Fiber Network, announces the addition of a new Carrier Hotel in Sioux City, IA.
Sioux City is an ideal location for interconnection with local and regional networks in the Western Iowa, South Dakota, Southern Minnesota and Nebraska areas. Located on the Neutral Path Dark Fiber Backbone spanning from Minneapolis to Omaha, carriers will have direct access to the key carrier aggregation points of Omaha and Minneapolis. This facility offers opportunities to interconnect with many other ISPs, service providers and enterprises in the region.
“The Neutral Path Sioux City Carrier Hotel provides our customers with a carrier neutral space to regenerate their optical signal along our Dark Fiber Backbone Network, locate servers or other equipment, and exchange traffic with many others all within a highly secure and efficient environment,” said Scott Bergs, Neutral Path’s Chief Executive Officer. “This expansion fits well into our long haul Dark Fiber route and will offer many options for our clients.”
The Sioux City facility augments Neutral Path’s existing Carrier Hotel facilities in Mankato, MN, and Rochester, MN, and our other regeneration locations conveniently spaced along our Dark Fiber Backbone Network spanning the Midwest.
ABOUT NEUTRAL PATH COMMUNICATIONS
Neutral Path Communications is a wholesale transport company, providing Dark Fiber, Carrier Hotel, Cross Connect and other services to providers of broadband services. Neutral Path uses the highest quality connections to meet and exceed the network deployment and performance requirements of our customers and end-users, which include: regional fiber transport and transit providers, wireless service providers, local broadband service providers, enterprise network operators and mission critical power generation and transport providers.