We offer to our partners and corporate client optic fiber included in cables.

This is our niche service. We offer to our partners and corporate client optic fiber included in cables. "Telecom" owns 144 fiber-optic network with a total length of 1000 km. It is set up in each key traffic exchange points, data-centers and in nearly 300 A/B-class offices connecting them with contingency routes.

"Dark fiber" – is a privately operated optic fiber network that run directly by its operator, they laid down in urban telecommunications and other protected areas.Corporate network based on "Dark fiber" technology is the only proper way to run business for a big company. Firstly, it is a protected area, which is fully controlled by a client, as well as data-transfer speed – it is unlimited!Client creates corporate network to transfer data in any security and speed levels, while using their own equipment (wavelength-division multiplexing (WDM). Our network was built as a "ring" and as a "chord" to reserve tracks or to build an optional route. That technology helps client to solve several cases at the same time.

Leased cables are more beneficial than building a network:

  • Expanses – It is less expensive. There is no need to buy cables, look for contractors, conform etc.
  • Time – It is the fastest way to create corporate network. For instance, it takes a month to engineer cable's route.
  • Scope – Business is growing as well as customer’s requirements. Our network’s capacity allows you fast solving all the tasks. In some cases, it is necessary to decline odd capacity and optimize the budget. That is easy, despite having own cables, it will be more efficient to disassemble them.

Fact is a client solves same technological clues, as in leasing dark fiber. The only difference is financial and legal questions. A client buys only fibers and becomes their owner. Later on, he pays for monthly service.


Benefits

  • "Telecom" owns 144 fiber-optic network with a total length of 1000 km. It is set up in each.
  • It is set up in each key traffic exchange points.
  • Data-centers and in nearly 300 A/B-class offices connecting them with contingency routes.