Tuesday, October 7, 2014

Integra Activates Low-Latency, Dedicated 100G Express Routes

Integra, which operates a long-haul fiber network spanning 6,400 miles across 11 Western states, has established dedicated Express Routes for its Wavelength services. The Express Routes offer low-latency, high-bandwidth backbone connectivity throughout Integra’s network footprint.

Integra has established Express Routes for dedicated, point-to-point 100G connectivity between metro areas across the Western U.S. including Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Phoenix, Sacramento, Salt Lake City and Seattle.

"Integra’s 100G Express Routes further extend the benefits of our Wavelength services, providing cost-efficient, low-latency connectivity for carriers, multi-location enterprise networks and content providers who require secure, dedicated bandwidth for data transport between long-haul locations,” said Joseph Harding, Integra’s chief marketing officer. "For customers who see network performance and business performance as inextricably linked, our Express Routes are the quickest path to success."


  • In April 2014, Integra announced deployment of Ciena’s 6500 Packet-Optical Platform, including WaveLogic 3 Coherent Optical Processors and Smart Raman with PinPoint advanced fiber analytics software  on a route that connects Salt Lake City to Sacramento.