US Signal (Booth 510), a full-service fiber-optic solutions provider, has expanded its lit network into Lansing, Mich. with the addition of a 50-route-mile SONET ring and four new central office locations.
The Grand Rapids, Mich.-based provider says the move into Michigans capital city came in direct response to increasing customer demand for greater capacity and connectivity in the region. The Lansing expansion features the same Cisco-powered architecture as the rest of the US Signals Midwest network.
With the addition of Lansing, US Signal now has seven metro ring locations throughout Michigan and Indiana. New Lansing central office locations include: Lansing (northwest), Lansing (south), Okemos and East Lansing.
The US Signal network comprises more than 500 miles of fiber-optic metro rings around 14 high-growth cities. It also includes more than
60 points of presence on 2,500 route miles of long-haul fiber connecting first-tier, second-tier and third-tier markets in Michigan, Indiana and Illinois.