MINNEAPOLIS, MN – May 6, 2016 – Neutral Path Communications, a premier provider of
high-capacity communications transport services, recently completed a high count, low loss
fiber path that runs from the 511 Building in Minneapolis, the most connected building in the
upper Midwest, to Neutral Path’s data center in Mankato, MN. This new diverse fiber route
adds to Neutral Path’s already impressive backbone of over 110,000 fiber miles, which run
between key aggregation points in Denver, Omaha and Minneapolis. Likewise, the route
provides a unique entrance into the 511 Building and connectivity to several key data
centers and enterprise locations.
“The addition of our new and diverse high count fiber route to Minneapolis enables us to
meet and exceed our customers’ increasing bandwidth needs by adding multiple new data
centers, tower locations, and other end point connections to our network,” remarked Tony
Frentz, Neutral Path’s Chief Strategy Officer.
Neutral Path Communications, based in Mankato, MN, is a network neutral provider of fiber
transport solutions including: dark fiber, passive and optical waves, Ethernet, cross
connects, carrier hotel and related services. Neutral Path operates a fiber network between
Minneapolis and Denver via Omaha.
Please visit Neutral Path’s website for additional information: http://www.neutralpath.net