Dark Fibre

At TNP, we think outside of the box and do not follow a prescribed method of connectivity. Sometimes, when two sites are close to each other, it can make sense to perform a dig to lay dark fibre, or if there is fibre nearby, to utilise existing dark fibre in the ground. While such a dig can incur high costs at the beginning, it means the connection can be a lot cheaper in the longer term. Depending on your funding model, this may be preferable. At TNP we can survey your site and determine whether laying or utilising dark fibre may be an option.

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